The students of the college took out a victory march inside the college campus.

With protests over Kerala Law Academy resumes classes
news Law Academy Monday, February 13, 2017 - 18:02

The students of Kerala Law Academy on Monday returned to their classes on a victorious note after Principal Lekshmi Nair's removal which they had been demanding for almost a month.

"We are really excited and happy that we were able to see that the principal is no longer here. It was a victory for our struggle and we have never been so happy to return to college with our mission accomplished," said a group of girl students in the college.

The students of the college took out a victory march inside the college campus.

"Now that we have won our battle, our next aim is to see that we all study hard and do justice to our studies," said another group of students.

The 29-day students protest ended on a high last week after all political parties, except the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and its students organisation, supported the students, and forced the academy management to remove Lekshmi Nair from the post of Principal for her rude behaviour towards the students.

Sushma Sahu, a member of the National Women's Commission, visited the academy on Monday and spoke to the students in detail.

"The principal Lekshmi Nair behaved like a 'Hitler' in the campus and we will take necessary steps against her," said Sahu.

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