Tension prevailed on University of Hyderabad campus following a scuffle between two groups past midnight on July 16/17. Both the sides claimed injuries and hospitalisation of their respective friends. 
One of the groups alleged that Kashmiri students were spoiling the atmosphere of the campus with their separatist agenda. As a precaution, police and paramilitary forces kept vigil at the gates of University of Hyderabad.
During the previous night, one of the students who was mistaken to be a Kashmiri was beaten up allegedly by a group of right wing students, while he was returning from a movie screening on Carl Sagan, an inspiration of Rohit Vemula, organised on the campus late on Saturday.
An M Phil student, Amol Singh, hailing from Punjab was returning from NRSNX

hostel along with two other friends past midnight and a huge group of right-wing students both regular and passed out encountered the trio who were on bike. One of the group’s members dashed against the vehicle of Amol and an argument ensued. 
Later, he was pushed to the ground and some of the group’s members allegedly thrashed and pounded him, while allegedly abusing him presuming him to be Kashmiri student. “They mistook me to for a student supporting separatists on the campus,” Amol Singh told media.
Amol was shifted to a private hospital in the early hours of Sunday after he fell unconscious in the attack. “They kicked me. I got a muscle tear on the leg and internal injuries on face, back, stomach and neck,” he said, while lying in the hospital.

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