Published: 17th April 2018
Joint action committee at Madurai Kamaraj University seeks CID enquiry on prof Nirmala Devi
General Secretary of Madurai Kamaraj University Faculty Association said a lady principal Chandrakantha was also involved in this kind of activity a few years ago
Joint action committee of Madurai Kamaraj University is seeking a Crime-Branch Crime Investigation Department (CBCID) enquiry on Nirmala Devi who lured the girl students to do certain things and tried to sexually exploit them here on Monday.
Speaking to Express, Sadasivam, general secretary of Madurai Kamaraj University Faculty Association (MUFA) said, "Following the controversial audio of Arupukottai woman assistant professor Nirmala Devi, joint action committee meeting of MKU was conducted on Monday."
"Joint action committee of MKU consists of both teaching faculty and non-teaching staff. We are condemning the action of that assistant professor Nirmala Devi. Like these kinds of teaching faculty would brainwashing the girl students to do for their welfare. It leads to create an adverse effect on the society. We have the responsibility to curb this issue," he added.
He further said, "A few years back, a lady principal Chandrakantha was also involved in this kind of activity. We also heard many universities including MKU is supplying college girls to the higher officials for certain things to happen. It corrupts the minds of the young girls and our culture. Hence, we urged the Tamil Nadu government to conduct CBCID enquiry on Nirmala Devi to reveal the truth. Also, officials who are all involved in this need to be severely punished. Regarding this, we are going to start our protest on Tuesday in front of the MKU," he added.