Amid several rumours about the crisis in KashmirTRS working president K T Rama Rao tweets that he received some anxious messages from Telugu students of NIT, Srinagar as government of India has asked for campus to be vacated and asked students to leave immediately.
Rao assured the students and the parents and� promised to assist for the safe return of the students. He also said that he alerted the concerned officials to reach out and help the students.
“This is for the information of all the students of the institute that the classwork for all courses stands suspended till further orders,” said an order issued by the Registrar of NIT.
This situation occurred after the Government of Jammu and Kashmir issued a security advisory asking tourists and pilgrims to leave the valley immediately.�
Meanwhile, KTR spoke to Chief Secretary SK Joshi and Resident Commissioner Vedantam Giri and urged them to make arrangements to move the students safely.�Resident Commissioner Vedantam Giri spoke to officials of Jammu and Kashmir Bhavan and made necessary arrangements to shift the students from Srinagar. About 130 Telugu students will be brought to New Delhi in special buses.
Telangana Government has already made necessary arrangements to bring back the students to Hyderabad once they reach Delhi. TRS Working President KTR thanked Resident Commissioner Vedantam Giri and other officials for their prompt response.
Any students and parents waiting fot assistance� can reach out to Resident Commissioner� Vedantam Giri at 011-2338 2041 or on his mobile +91 99682 99337 at Telangana Bhavan, New Delhi