11-13-2014, 07:08 PM
College Division of the High Court of Kerala on Tuesday directed the police to protect m. Abdul Salam, vice-chancellor of the University of Calicut, and other officers to enter and exit from the Office of the varsity.
Bench, Ashok Bhushan Acting Chief Judge and Justice hours. Shaffique issued a directive when a petition filed police protection Mr. Salama looking for him and his family at his official residence for the hearing.
The Court noted that the police are obliged to provide adequate protection to the Vice-Chancellor, and that no obstacle was done at the entrance and exit of the Vice-Chancellor and other officials in the office.
The court also asked the state government and other respondents, including various unions, file an affidavit in response to a petition claim. According to the applicant, despite a Supreme Court directive to the police not to allow any agitation 200 meters from the building of the university is not effective measures have been taken to implement the directive. In fact, the contempt petition against the government is considered by the High Court in this regard. Despite his complaints, the police did not take any steps to protect his office.
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