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Fraternity Movement takes out march to varsity


Scores of students under the banner of the Fraternity Movement took out a march to the Calicut University administrative block

on Thursday demanding that the university end its “anti-student policies”.

The protesters alleged that the university was discriminating against private students. They accused the university of failing to conduct the examinations and publish the results in time. Fraternity Movement State vice-president Shamseer Ibrahim, inaugurated the march.

State secretary Jamsheel Aboobacker presided. State secretary Ajeesh Kalikkott, Ashraf K.K., S. Mujeeb Rahman, Rahim Chendamangallur, Nayeem Gafoor, and Basheer Thripanachi spoke.

Student leaders claimed that Pro Vice Chancellor P. Mohan had agreed to all their demands during talks between them.

Thanks – The Hindu

 “While others wait and hope for a change, dear members, I ask you to be the hope and the change”.