IndiaYouth Congress black flag protest against CM in Kannur

Youth Congress black flag protest against CM in Kannur


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  • Kannur University VC appointment controversy
  • Black flag protest against CM
  • Youth Congress protests in Mambaram

Kannur: Youth Congress’ black flag protest against the Chief Minister in the controversy over the appointment of Kannur University Vice Chancellor. The protest was when the Chief Minister was going to Kannur airport. The Youth Congress members tried to show the black flag to the Chief Minister at Mambaram.

About five Youth Congress activists protested against the black flag. According to various media reports, the police were escorted by the CM but did not stop the vehicle or take anyone into custody.

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The Chief Minister has been in the district for the last three days to attend the CPM Kannur District Conference. The protest took place on the way to the airport to return to Ernakulam today. The protest was related to the re-appointment of Kannur University Vice Chancellor.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had yesterday responded to the concerns raised by Governor Arif Mohammad Khan regarding the appointment of Vice Chancellors in universities. The policy of the LDF is to strengthen the higher education sector. He said the goal was for the higher education sector to move forward from where it is today.

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It can be seen that the Governor and the Government in general have taken the same approach regarding the problems in the field of higher education and the need to improve the sector. Based on this general approach, there may be some differing opinions as to when these matters should be put into practice. When different opinions arise, they are discussed and a general consensus is reached. The Governor communicates on many matters, often through letters and in person. The Chief Minister had said that it is a natural occurrence at the administrative level.

It is paradoxical that some who put even 24 hours of university teaching experience at the head of the university are now deeply concerned about the quality of the field. It is not polite to say people’s names. However, the CM had said that people would not forget the removal of Sheila Dikshit, the then Governor of the UDF government, as the Vice Chancellor of a university in Kerala was disqualified for the post.

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