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The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu cognizance of media reports that there is an emergency-like situation in University of Hyderabad (UoH) and that there is no water, electricity, food, internet services and ATMs are out of order. Reportedly, there is heavy police presence on the campus. The UoH students are under immense fear and trauma due to indiscriminate arrests of about 25 students and two faculty members.
The Commission on Friday issued notices to the Secretary, Union Ministry of Human Resource Development, Chief Secretary, Government of Telangana and Police Commissioner, Hyderabad, calling for reports in the matter within one week.
The Commission observed that the arbitrary act and high handedness of senior UoH officials as well as Police and Administrative officers, as reported in media, raise serious concerns towards safety and security of the students. 
According to the media reports 25 student and two faculty members of UoH were arrested in the evening of March 23 for vandalizing VC’s office.

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