Religious discrimination at MGU by private Secretary of Vice Chancellor – Special Branch Report

published on June 23, 2014

Kottayam: There appears to be a strong religious bias shown against people who make a visit to MG University, to meet the Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice- Chancellor. According to police reports, discrimination on the basis of religion in MGU has become a matter of serious concern. A report by Special Branch, after a covert investigation, speaks of such actions by Abdul Rasheed, the private secretary of University Vice-Chancellor. Rasheed is said to grant permission to those students who come to meet the VC or Pro-VC, only if they belong to Muslim community. The report states clearly that Abdul Rasheed denies permission to those students who are of any different religious community.
 
“The matter has raised concerns, especially after parents and guardians of students have expressed open dissent against the matter,” say sources (Asianet) about the report, adding that police have sought strong disciplinary action from University authorities against the PS.
 
Sources say that there have been numerous complaints against Abdul Rasheed, which made the Special Branch swing into a covert investigation. Students of MGU are given permission to meet the VC and Pro-VC between 11.00 am and 12.30 noon and 3.30 pm and 4.30 pm. These rights were denied by Abdul Rasheed.

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