The Madras Excessive Courtroom has ordered a second post-mortem of the lady who killed herself after she was allegedly harassed by two lecturers at her college in Kallakurchi, Salem district.
Protestors torched college buses and police autos injuring a number of police officers on Sunday.
The Madras Excessive Courtroom has ordered a second post-mortem of the lady who killed herself after she was allegedly harassed by two lecturers at her college in Kallakurichi, Salem district.
The court docket ordered that the daddy of the lady be allowed to stay throughout the process.
The incident sparked violent protests within the district, prompting the Salem police to deploy heavy safety across the college and different areas. Part 144 needed to be imposed in a number of areas. The HC additionally ordered the Police to seek out out who instigated the violence.
A Class 12 scholar in Tamil Nadu’s Kallakurichi died by suicide after alleged torture by lecturers. The reason for loss of life as talked about within the first post-mortem was a number of accidents and haemorrhage.
Violence broke out within the Salem district of Tamil Nadu after the Class 12 scholar jumped off her hostel constructing on July 13. She was allegedly tortured by a instructor.
On Monday, the chemistry instructor of the college, Haripriya, and the arithmetic instructor, Kritika, have been arrested. Earlier, three administration officers of the college, together with the Principal and the secretary, have been arrested.
The BJP and the AIADMK have blamed the state authorities for the violence, alleging that it did not gauge the state of affairs. Two lecturers have been arrested within the Kallakuruchi suicide case in Tamil Nadu. Up to now, 5 lecturers and officers have been taken into custody within the case.
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