Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will meet members of the National Students Union of India (NSUI), who were detained for protesting outside the administrative building of Osmania University in Hyderabad, at Chanchalguda jail. Speaking to ANI, Telangana Congress Campaign Committee president Madhu Goud Yaskhi said on Thursday, “Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will address Rythu Sangharsh Sabha in Warangal. The next day, he will pay floral tributes to former CM Damodaram Sanjivaiya.”
“He will also meet the arrested NSUI president along with 18 other students in jail. He will then hold talks with extended members of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee at Gandhi Bhavan,” he said. Ahead of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Telangana, banners were seen around Hyderabad asking if he would accept the ‘white challenge’ (drug test) of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) working president KT Rama Rao. are ready for.
Let us tell you that this matter has come when some videos of Rahul Gandhi are going viral on various social media platforms in which he is seen in a nightclub in Nepal. The report said that Rahul Gandhi was at Lord of Rings, a nightclub in Kathmandu where he had gone to attend a friend’s wedding.
Significantly, the ‘White Challenge’ was launched by Congress MP and Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President Revanta Reddy in September 2021 for politicians and celebrities with an aim to eliminate the drug menace in the state.
TRS leader Krishnak said state Congress chief Revanta Reddy has been asking political leaders to accept the drug test, which KT Rama Rao accepted, but now he has also asked Rahul Gandhi who is about to visit the state.
Rahul Gandhi will visit Telangana on May 6 and 7 on a two-day visit. NSUI members protested outside the university on May 7 for Rahul Gandhi’s permission to visit the campus, following which he was detained by the police and booked for ‘obstructing public servant from performing his duty’.
On Sunday, Circle Inspector Ramesh Naik had said that 18 people who were protesting have been taken into custody. He said, “Eighteen people protesting in the administration building have been taken into custody. When we tried to stop the agitators, they pushed our staff including women constables. The protesters broke the glass on the window. pelted stones and went inside the building. The case has been registered under obstructing public servant in the performance of his duty.”