What we are witnessing is a violation of the basic principles of the Indian Constitution,” they said, to applause and added that Union Ministers Smriti Irani (Human Resources Development) and Bandaru Dattatreya (Labour) and the Vice-Chancellor P. Appa Rao should be sacked from their positions, and criminal proceedings be launched against them under the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. Even as leaders were addressing an enthusiastic audience comprising students, social activists and representatives of people’s organisations, active members of the Ambedkar Students Association who were organising the agitation were arguing among themselves. When a student leader welcomed Mr. Jaganmohan Reddy as ‘my beloved leader’, it was not well-received. Earlier, being among the first to visit the campus on Wednesday, Mr. O’Brien said, “It is a clearly a fight between injustice and justice. The Parliament is currently not in session, but the Trinamool Congress is coordinating with other political parties. We will be here just to support you. It is the students who will lead the movement.” He added that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal would visit the campus on Thursday.
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