The movement intensified against police action, AYUSH students boycott private colleges

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Former President of CCIM Dr. Vedprakash also reached, many organizations also supported

The students of private Ayurvedic colleges have been boycotting the colleges on parade ground for 10 days. A large number of students from AYUSH colleges across the state have opted out. In this sequence, on Monday, Dr. Vedprakash, former president of Central Council for Indian Medicine (CCIM), also came to talk to the students.

Despite the High Court’s order, AYUSH students of private colleges across the state have been agitating for 20 days in protest against not returning the increased fees, not filling the back paper form and not attending classes. Earlier, he agitated in Ayurveda University. Since then, the parade has been sitting on strike in the ground. Many students have been fasting here for the past 10 days.

Other organizations also supported the movement of AYUSH students.
Police have been boiling since the police action two days ago. On Monday, AYUSH students studying in private colleges across the state announced a boycott of colleges. On the other hand, the former chairman of CCIM has given talks to the students and assured them of action. Apart from this, many other organizations also supported the movement of AYUSH students. Students say that the movement will continue until the government listens to them.

Candle march in the evening

AYUSH students took out a candle march on Monday evening to protest against the government. The candle march started from Gandhi Park to Clock tower. On this occasion, students also raised slogans against the government.

NSUI burnt effigy

The Indian National Students’ Organization blew the effigy of the state government and the police. Udit Thapliyal of NSUI said that Ayurveda is not hearing any voice of the students. On the contrary, sticks are being showered on them. He opposed it. Ankit Bisht, Akshat Bhat, Pankaj Negi, Akshit Rawat, Naman Sharma, Piyush, Siddharth, Rajesh Bhatt, Anju Dobriyal, etc. were present on the occasion.

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