Classes for the Post-Graduation courses today began on a peaceful note after a gap of about 15 days in the Hyderabad Central University. Students’ Joint Action Committee agreed to allow classes during marathon talks held by acting Vice Chancellor Periasamy last evening. However, the students said their agitation for Justice to Rohith will continue after classes during evenings. 
The JAC also said the relay hunger strike by students will continue to stress on their demands. Meanwhile, three students who were on hunger strike have been admitted in hospital.
The University students have been protesting over research scholar Rohith Vemula’s Suicide demanding removal of the Vice Chancellor and action against those who were responsible for the incident. 

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