Want to come back to India for good: Student
HYDERABAD: A student, who came out on bail on Friday after languishing in “administrative detention” of the federal police for over a week for having enrolled in a fake university in the United States of America, wants to come back to India for good as early as possible.
“Sir, I don’t want to stay here. I want to go back (to) India as early as possible,” was the text message from the student, whom HT contacted through AP Non-resident Telugus’ Association on Saturday. The student, who hails from Visakhapatnam, but was settled in Hyderabad before going to the US for higher studies, is likely to return to India by next week. “I want to return to India for good, as I am feeling tense here,” he said. The student wished to remain anonymous as legal formalities to facilitate his return to India were still under process. There was no clarity as to how many students were released from the detention. While Telugu Association of North America told a vernacular channel that as many as 40 students had obtained bail, APNRT spokesman Sagar Doddapaneni said only two students were released as on Friday.