Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court has taken up a suo motu PIL case on the pathetic conditions in social welfare hostels run for students from the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes communities.
Based on news reports, the High Court took up the issue as public interest litigation (PIL). Concerned about the lack of basic amenities for students who are studying and staying in government hostels, Justice P. Naveen Rao had addressed a letter to the High Court administration side to take the issue as a suo motu PIL.
Many welfare hostels in the state do not have permanent buildings and the students are forced to sleep on broken floors. Some hostels are far away from bus and other transport services and students have to walk miles to reach their institutes.
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