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Tamilnadu News

PMK leader demands CBI probe into attempt to lure girls to extend sexual favours for university officials

Covai Post Network

Chennai: The shocking incidence of a Virudunagar private college professor asking students to extend ‘sexual favours’ to top officials of Madurai Kamaraj University has shocked Tamil Nadu and demands for her immediate arrest were coming from student community as also the political class that sought a CBI inquiry into the whole incident.

A shocking audio clip of Nirmala Devi, maths professor in Devanga Arts College at Aruppukottai in Virudunagar district trying to goad her students to agree to extend sexual favours to higher officials of the university has angered many.

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Reacting to the audio clip, former union health minister and PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss said it was shocking that the professor was heard saying that those who can provide facilities for Madurai Kamaraj University have to be kept happy and that they were expecting favours from the college students.

“The shocked poor students were heard saying a broken voice that they are not interested in the proposal. Undeterred the professor tells the students that such opportunities and if they agree to the proposal then the students can achieve anything relating to their course,” Ramadoss said.

Like several students Ramdoss too demanded the immediate arrest of the professor and demanded a CBI probe into the whole episode to get to the bottom of the case.

On Monday, a team of local police went to Virudunagar residence of the professor but could not find her as the door was locked from inside.

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