His action came on a day when the lecturer was arrested after college authorities and a women's forum lodged police complaint in the backdrop of an audio clip containing purported conversation of her with some students going viral on the social media in the last few days. "It is important to enquire into such matters immediately and without prejudice so that guilty do not escape without punishment", the statement said. Now an opportunity is awaiting them to go to the next level, implying prostitution. Madurai Kamraj University Vice Chancellor, Selladurai met with Governor to apprise him of the situation. In the 20 minutes, audio clip the professor is heard allegedly trying to convince the young girls to do a sexual favour for financial and academic rewards. I've been having a wonderful conversation about it for years with students at Boston College, but the movie also does a lovely job of showing the great human struggle that single people face day to day.
Whether they're studying biology, art, linguistics, or history, college students get a lot of information in a short amount of time. "By "certain things" I hope, being college students, you will be able to grasp it quickly", she is heard telling the girls. When the pupil says Nothing Doing, Nirmala Devi asks them to take their own time and get back to her in a couple of days. When the girls tell her not to talk about this again, Ms. Nirmala Devi seeks an assurance from them that they will not reveal about the conversation to anyone. "We are still clueless about the details of charges", he said.
S Subbaraju, general secretary of (MUTA) Madurai Kamaraj, Manonmaniam Sundaranar, Mother Teresa and Alagappa University Teachers' Association endorsed the demand of DMK leader since the CBI can not be relied and high court's supervision is necessary.More news: USA and UK Blame Russia for Hacking Internet Routers Globally
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She, however, has denied sexual angle to her advice and claimed she had made it "in the right spirit" and not with any hidden motive or agenda.
Senior AIADMK leader and Minister D Jayakumar assured severe punishment under the law for the professor for luring the students into flesh trade.