Hyderabad January 9: The students of Osmania University(OU) burnt effigies of Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday blaming the government for not accomplishing its promise of providing jobs.Massive dharnas were held at the sprawling campus by members of the Vidhyarthi Nirudhyoga Joint Action Committee(JAC) which announced plans to gherao the chief minister s camp office on Monday. The JAC also planned to hold padayatras across the state to seek support from people on the issue.Inside the campus, protesters shouted slogans against the government and said it has failed to accomplish its election promise of creating 1.5 lakh jobs for unemployed youth and hundreds of students who participated in the statehood movement. Before storming to power, the TRS had promised a slew of measures for students and claimed it would give them jobs in the government sector, but lakhs of its foot soldiers have been left in the lurch with many continuing to be unemployed."The TRS government used us during the separation movement and has now cast a blind eye to our pleas and suffering," said Ramesh Ninjanna, a student leader who was active during the Telangana movement. On Sunday, students demanded that the government recognize the role of those who struggled for a separate state and issue a notification for jobs.