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Now, authorities of a prestigious college of Kerala on Wednesday decided to initiate disciplinary action against 10 students for conducting a beef festival inside the campus to protest against the lynching of a man in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri over rumours of eating beef.
Authorities of CMS College, Kottayam, said action has been initiated against the students, all activists of Students Federation of India (SFI), the students wing of CPI(M), for going ahead with the beef festival in the campus, “violating” college discipline. Here on Tuesday, Kerala Students Union (KSU) activists jointly with SFI organised a beef festival on the campus at Maharaja’s College.
The Principal had denied permission to SFI to conduct the beef festival as he apprehended that such an action might lead to clashes with rival student organisations like ABVP, college authorities said. They alleged that SFI activists pushed the Principal as he tried to stop them from distributing beef curry at 1 PM. The curry brought to the campus to be distributed to students splashed all over the Principal in the melee, they said. ABVP protested such beef fest in college campus vehemently and stamped this frenzy as a bare anti Hindu activism. The state unit of ABVP may go for further protest if the concerned authorities will not take hard steps for vitiating the environs in college campus in Kerala by the Communist and the Islamist student unions at random, some ABVP supporters reacted to HENB.
Ten students of CMS College have been identified in connection with the incident and they will face disciplinary action including suspension, College authorities said.
Former President of India K R Narayanan is the alumni of Kerala’s one of the college founded in 1817 by the Church Missionary Society of England. SFI said the beef festival was organised in the college campus to protest against the lynching of a man in Dadri over rumours of eating beef and to express solidarity with a similar attempt in Sree Kerala Varma College in Thrissur.
Six students of Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur, allegedly involved in violence following a ‘beef festival’ conducted in the college campus were suspended on Monday. All of them are activists of SFI.
The College management has initiated against a woman lecturer also who had supported the students who conducted the ‘beef festival’ in the campus of its college in Thrissur. Deepa Nisanth, a faculty of the college, who supported the students’ action on social media said, she stick to the Facebook post supporting the beef festival.
__with spl inputs from PTI.