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T-Government Trying Its Best To Stop Rahul’s Osmania Meet

The AICC Chief Rahul Gandhi is going to meet the student unions of Osmania University this month. This crucial meeting of Congress is facing unwanted troubles from TRS Government and Osmania University management. Details of this issue as follows.Rahul Gandhi has decided to meet the student unions which played its part in the Telangana Movement. Rahul wants to utilise Students’ anger at KCR who ignored Osmania Students after becoming CM. This Prince of Congress is speculated to be offering a set for one of the leaders of Osmania as a token of gratitude and to attract their votes.

Rahul’s Osmania Meet

On the flip side, the TRS Chief doesn’t want this meeting to happen so he ordered Osmania Management to oppose the meeting. Arts college group of OU are making arrangements for a grand meeting on 13th of this month to welcome Rahul in style. But a section of OU student federation is with KCR and they want to oppose this meeting. OU Management is rejecting the permission to have any Political meeting in the campus premises as they would lead to violence.It will be a hard task for the T-Congress to please the OU Management and the TRS Government to make this function a grand success. One has to wait and see if Rahul wins over the TRS Government in this meeting issue.

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