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Law Academy stir: Congress seeks immediate resignation of Lakshmi Nair

Law Academy stir: Congress seeks immediate resignation of Lakshmi Nair

Thiruvananthapuram: Congress in the State has decided to sharpen their attack against the Kerala Law Academy Law College authorities by demanding the immediate resignation of Principal Lakshmi Nair.

KPCC President V M Sudheeran on Monday said in the wake of the Kerala university syndicate debarring the principal for five years from examination duties and internal assessment, there was no other option left for her, but to resign.

Alleging that the impasse over the issue was continuing due to the CPI(M)'s intervention, he said the Marxist party should not create any hurdles on the matter concerning the students agitation.

"The Principal should resign and government should be prepared to make her resign. The affiliation of the college should be withdrawn and government should take it over", he told reporters here.

Former KPCC President, K Muraleedharan said if the government fails to find a solution to the issue within 48 hours, he would launch an indefinite hunger strike.

BJP National Executive member, V Muraleedharan, is on an indefinite hunger strike in front of the college since Jan 20 in support of the demands of the students.

The ruling CPI(M), which has so far given a cold shoulder to the agitation, has said the strike by students should not be politicised.

Students organisations affiliated to various political parties, including CPI(M), are on strike and have made it clear that they would continue until the resignation of the Principal.

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