Published: 24th November 2020
TN govt allows public to send in complaints against Anna University VC MK Surappa
This is the first time a former judge will probe charges against theVice-Chancellor of the premier university
The Tamil Nadu government has said that people can send complaints against Anna University Vice-Chancellor MK Surappa between Thursday and December 6.
The State government appointed retired Madras High Court judge P Kalaiyarasan as the inquiry officer to go into complaints of financial and administrative irregularities levelled by certain individuals against Surappa. Public can send their complaints via writing to Podhigai Campus, P.S.Kumarasamy Raja Salai (Greenways Road), Chennai 600 028 or via emailvia firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the first time a former judge will probe charges against the Vice-Chancellor of the premier university. Previously, a retired judge had probed some charges against P Mannar Jawahar, after his tenure as Vice-Chancellor ended and had exonerated him