In a brazen act of lawlessness in Communist ruled Kerala, three activists of CPI (M) student wing Students Federation of India (SFI), forcibly took the chair of the Principal of Ernakulam Maharaja’s College and burnt it.
A group of SFI activists at the government-run autonomous college had gone on a rampage inside the college and created quite a scene.
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The SFI activists have been protesting repeatedly against the principal for the past few days and then finally barged into the principal’s cabin and set her chair on fire at the college’s main entrance.
Surprisingly, the Ernakulam central police said they did not receive any complaint.
Luckily, Principal N.L. Beena was on leave when the incident took place.
The incident was latest in a series of protests against the principal by left-leaning teachers’ organizations and the students’ outfit.
In her response, the principal said the incident was part of a larger conspiracy hatched by vested interests targeting her.
Reports suggest that she refused to cow down to their diktats and initiated legal actions against a group of students who allegedly vandalized public property by painting ‘indecent’ graffiti on walls.
Imagine, if this could happen to a college principal in Kerala, then what would be the condition of those who do not accept leftist ideology in Kerala.