Kerala: 6 college students suspended for conducting ‘beef fest’ protesting against Dadri lynching

06, Oct 2015

According to the management of Sree Kerala Varma College, the action was taken against the students, all activists of Students Federation of India, for serving beef inside the campus violating disciplinary rules of the institution.
By: PTI | Thrissur | Updated: October 5, 2015 6:34 pm
Six students of a leading government-aided college here have been suspended for allegedly conducting a ‘beef festival’ inside the campus to protest against the lynching of a man in Uttar Pradesh over rumours of eating beef.
According to the management of Sree Kerala Varma College, the action was taken against the students, all activists of Students Federation of India, for serving beef inside the campus violating disciplinary rules of the institution.
The activists of SFI, the students’ wing of CPI(M), had allegedly distributed beef and bread to students on October 1 as a symbolic protest against the beef ban initiated in some states and the gruesome killing of 50-year-old Iqlak, who was lynched at Dadri over beef eating rumours.

 

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