Woman Prof held for 'luring' students, TN Guv orders probe

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In a tweet, Stalin expressed shock over the Professor Nirmala Devi attempting to lure girl students to a wrong path and said it deserved to be strongly condemned. "/ to yield to "sexual favours" of higher ranking authorities of the state-owned Madurai Kamaraj University". Earlier, the university has separately ordered a probe by a five-member committee into the incident while the college also formed a disciplinary committee to inquire.

Nirmala Devi who was a maths teacher at the prestigious college in Virudhnagar locked herself up in her house after she found a tip of police personnel posted outside her house at Chokkalinga Nagar at noon. Audio clip of a conversation in which the teacher is allegedly asking a student to perform sexual favours for a senior official has references to Governor Banwarilal Purohit, leading CPM to demand that the Centre recall the Governor for an independent probe.

Though the lecturer of Devanga Arts College was alleged to have made the overtures a month ago, the issue came to light after an audio of purported conversation between her and some students went viral in the social media on Sunday.

She informs them how the officials providing these opportunities are someone of the Governor's stature and this would mean a lot of money for them if they take it up. "She is heard telling the student that they may decide on informing their parents about the plan".

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S Subbaraju, general secretary of (MUTA) Madurai Kamaraj, Manonmaniam Sundaranar, Mother Teresa and Alagappa University Teachers' Association endorsed the demand of DMK leader since the CBI can not be relied and high court's supervision is necessary. While Nirmala Devi could not be contacted, she told a television channel that her intention was not bad and the girls misunderstood what she said.

"It is unbecoming of a professor to misguide the students". "Personally, I think we should adopt the punishment methods of the Arab countries. Such people should be killed in encounter", Mr Jayakumar said.

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