Nsui distances itself from Secunderabad violence!

Fri Jun 17 2022 16:42:46 GMT+0530 (IST)

Like how Pan-India films take on the box office at the national level, the Pan-India protests are hitting the nation with the Agnipath mission. The aspirants across the states are protesting against the mission. Many properties were damaged and railway stations were vandalized by the protestors.



The violent protest at Secunderabad Railway station attracted everyone's attention. The pictures and videos from the attack are all over social media now. The student wing of the grand old Congress party National Students' Union of India state is accused of taking an active part in the protests. A few media reports also said that the student wing is behind the protests.

While the student wing is facing severe criticism, the student wing president spoke to the media and said that NSUI has nothing to do with the protests and urged everyone to not link the wing with the violent protests. Please don't believe such news, he said.

National Students' Union of India Telangana chief Balmuri Venkat made it clear that they are not related to the protests and distanced themselves from the protests. There is no truth that we are behind the violent protests, he maintained.

Joining the list of states that faced the jolt with the Agnipath scheme, Telangana saw one of the violent protests in its history. Besides a few train coaches, buses and other vehicles like scooters were also set ablaze by the angry protests.