Osmania University in Hyderabad has denied Rahul Gandhi permission to visit the campus.

Rahul Gandhi has been refused permission to interact with students at Osmania University. According to the Congress, this was done at the request of the ruling TRS-led administration.
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The Congress party has been denied permission to bring Rahul Gandhi onto Osmania University (OU) campus in Hyderabad, Telangana.

On the 6th and 7th of May, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi will visit Telangana, and the state unit is planning a massive rally in Warangal with around 5 lakh supporters. Rahul Gandhi was also slated to pay a visit to Hyderabad's Osmania University, the epicenter of the separate statehood campaign.

The university visit, however, was thwarted when the administration refused permission. Officials from the University of Oklahoma have rejected permission, stating that political gatherings are not permitted on campus.

The Telangana Congress, on the other hand, is adamant that Rahul Gandhi will visit the university to connect with students.


The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government, led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, has been accused by the Congress of blocking Rahul Gandhi's visit with students at OU.

At least 18 members of the National Students' Union of India (NSUI), including president B Venkat, were arrested by police at the campus, demanding permission for the gathering. After the university rejected permission, NSUI workers allegedly threw stones.

"Why are the KCR and KTR companies so afraid of Rahul Gandhi?" MP Revanth Reddy wondered. He also decried the detention of members of the NSUI and the Youth Congress.

"It is unfortunate that the TRS Government has rejected permission for Rahul Gandhi's visit to Osmania University," Sravan, a Congress spokesperson, stated. KCR, KTR, and the corporation should remember that Telangana was created thanks to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, and that all of KCR's and his family's authority comes from her."

"Forgetting everything, how can they deny Soniaji's son permission to visit OU to learn about the challenges of students and unemployed people?" Sravan was perplexed.

"Unfortunately, the Vice-Chancellor and administrators of reputed Osmania University are TRS slaves," claimed Sravan, a senior Congress leader. Revanth Reddy, the president of the Telangana Congress, encouraged party members to burn effigies of Chief Minister KCR in protest on Monday.

The scheduled NSUI gathering, according to Congress, is fully "apolitical," and "Rahul Gandhi merely wanted to speak with students to learn about their difficulties, not address any public meeting."

On Sunday, NSUI and youth Congress activists protested at Osmania University, the ministers' quarters, and the Banjara Hills. They were apprehended by the cops.