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The three students who are on hunger strike have been brought to the Health Center on Sunday night. The indefinite fast by three students of the varsity entered third day yesterday.
However, the condition of the students was stable until yesterday, Ravindra Kumar had said, Chief Medical Officer of the University Health Centre.
On Sunday Hyderabad University's Joint Action Committee (JAC) for Social Justice, spearheading the protests over Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula's suicide had sought public apology from the varsity administration over suspension of the five Dalit research scholars, including Rohith, last year. "The University of Hyderabad must give a public apology to the five Dalit research scholars for the blatant casteist discrimination, humiliation and agony inflicted on them that eventually led to the death of our friend Rohith Vemula," JAC said in a statement.
Hyderabad University's Joint Action Committee (JAC) for Social Justice, spearheading the protests over Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula's suicide had sought public apology from the varsity administration over suspension of the five Dalit research scholars, including Rohith, last year. "The University of Hyderabad must give a public apology to the five Dalit research scholars for the blatant casteist discrimination, humiliation and agony inflicted on them that eventually led to the death of our friend Rohith Vemula," JAC said in a statement.
The statement came against the backdrop of the acting Vice Chancellor of Hyderabad Central University, M Periasamy saying that the agitating students have agreed to allow the classes and administrative activities to resume normally from tomorrow.

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