Hyderabad: Following the events in Jammu and Kashmir (J & K), the administration of the University of Hyderabad (UoH) on Monday night banned students from organizing demonstrations or unrest. A letter to this effect was issued by the Registrar P. Sardar Singh, who stated that the head of the Gachibowli Police Station had issued a notice imposing Article 144 within its limits (under which UoH falls), which prohibited the meeting of 5 more people, following which the circular was published. Also Read – Non-bailable warrant to Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury Advertise With Us UoH, where a small portion of Kashmiri students studies on campus, witnessed minor student protests on Monday after the Center repealed Article 370 of the Constitution, which grants special status to Jammu-and -Cashmere. immediately. “The repeal follows the presentation by the Center of the law on the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir in Parliament. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us The bill was introduced to divide the state into two territories: Jammu and Kashmir, which will have a legislature, and Ladakh, without a legislature. Following the release of the circular at the University of Washington, many students used social media to voice their opposition to the crackdown, and copies of the flyer were widely shared. However, apart from that, no other incident has been reported in or around Hyderabad. Advertise With Us In its circular, the administration of the UoH said that the police had issued a notification relating to the imposition of Article 144, but a statement of the police station of Cyberabad (under which the police station of Gachibowli is under guardianship) Monday evening she contradicted herself, claiming that this article did not impose anywhere. “Article 144 is not imposed within the limits imposed by Cyberabad, the situation is normal,” he said. A question about the same thing with the police remained unanswered until the writing of this article. “The Gachibowli police came to inform us of article 144, after which the circular had been published,” said a university official. The university is located about 30 km from Hyderabad. The capital, Telangana, has three police boundaries: Hyderabad (where the city center is located), Cyberabad (which mainly covers the information technology sector) and Rachakonda (which covers other peripheral areas of the city).