The grieving mother, who is yet to come to terms with her loss, said while Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi had come twice and consoled the family, there was no such response from the Prime Minister.
Vemula, who is in the city with her other son Raju to take part in a meeting organised by the Indian Union Muslim League, wanted a legislation to ensure that no one in the country faces the same fate as that of her son.
"Several leaders came. Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi came two times and consoled us. But there was no such response from the Prime Minister," she said.
"We want justice. The persons responsible for Rohith's death should be brought to justice", she said, adding, "We do not want to name any persons-but you all know who they are'.
Raju Vemula, an MSC student, said they along with the Joint Action Committee for Social Justice (University of Hyderabad) would undertake a three-day 'Delhi Chalo' programme and Parliament march later this month. He said that a campaign was going in campuses in Andhra Pradesh and Telengana for getting justice to Rohith.


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