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KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Friday ruled that protests and hunger strikes will no longer be allowed in educational institution sin the state. The court asserted, in its interim order, that students come there to study and not to indulge in political activities, and added that those taking part in such activities can be expelled.

“Political activism and academics cannot go hand-in-hand. Students go to educational institutions to study, and not to indulge in political activism. If someone wants the latter, they should discontinue studies. No protest sheds or picketing must be allowed in and around colleges, and this has to be monitored by the police. The police should also intervene to restore peace in the campus if the college authorities seek help.”

This crucial verdict by the HC comes based on the petition regarding the student’s strike in Ponnani MES College.

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