TPCC chief Revanth Reddy responds to Secunderabad railway station riots. He called the occurrence of the incident unfortunate, adding that it was the result of a decision taken by the Modi government to go against the sentiments of Army students. He said that ‘Agneepath’ was not right for the youth who were ready to join the army out of patriotism. Revanth demanded that the government must continue with the old policy.
NSUI president Balmuri Venkat said they had nothing to do with the incident. There is no truth in the news that NSUI was responsible for this destruction. He said that many students have committed suicide in the last 48 hours due to the cancellation of the Agneepath exam. He stated that the students were outraged and committed this act out of anger, and the NSUI had nothing to do with this. He strongly condemned the news.
Police, meanwhile, have stepped up security at other railway stations. Traffic was halted at Kachiguda railway station. Arrangements have been made to prevent any untoward incidents. Police were placed on reserve in order to avoid any possible incidents in advance.
Security has been increased at Nampally railway station. Authorities have leveled up the security at all railway stations as per center orders. Police are patrolling the platform along with the main gate of the Nampally railway station. On the other hand, Malakpet railway station was closed.