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Law Students Oppose 'False' Cases on Two

Students picketed Orleanpet police station on Monday demanding withdrawal of “false” cases against two students for ‘theft’ from the house a teacher, who allegedly sexually molested two girl students of a government school.

Published: 18th March 2014 08:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th March 2014 08:37 AM   |  A+A-

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Students picketed Orleanpet police station on Monday demanding withdrawal of “false” cases against two students for ‘theft’ from the house a teacher, who allegedly sexually molested two girl students of a government school.

Students of Dr Ambedkar Government Law College, led by Saravanan, raised slogans against the police for filing FIR and the teachers association, which filed the complaint against students.

The students of SFI and women’s wing of CPM had barged into the house of the teacher, Subramanian((51), who was allegedly involved in the molestation of two girl students. They hurled rotten tomatoes and eggs at him. Police had filed FIR against two students after a complaint by a teachers’ association. Students claimed that none of the students who participated in the protest at the teachers’ house were involved in the ‘theft’. They charged that police had  foisted false case against the students.

Senior SP (North) Praveen Kumar Tripathi and inspector Viravallabane talked to the students. They said  if the allegations were not proved then the case will be withdrawn.

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