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Students vow continue stir as Law Academy to start classes on Monday

Students vow continue stir as Law Academy to start classes on Monday

Thiruvananthapuram: A confrontation is on the cards with the management of Kerala Law Academy Law College planning to conduct classes from Monday, even as agitating students have resolved to intensify their stir.

A meeting convened Saturday by the State Education Minister C Raveendranath to end the 26-day long agitation had failed to break the impasse as students stuck to their main demand of resignation of the Principal Lekshmi Nair, while the management maintained that she had been kept away from the post for next five years.

The college management had Saturday announced that classes would begin on Monday.

Though the students belonging to ABVP, KSU and AISF, under a joint action council had launched the strike, Congress and BJP have now openly joined the agitation in support of students.

Students started the agitation to fight the allegations of harassment, nepotism, mismanagement, and misuse of power, another serious issue with regard to the misutilisation of about 12 acres of land assigned to the Academy also came up later.

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