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Sunday, 14 April 2024 8.48 PM IST

Governor calls minister of higher education a criminal; Bindu refuses to respond

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor Arif Mohammad Khan called Minister R Bindu, who presided over the senate meeting, as a criminal. The Governor said that there was an attempt to illegally enter the Senate Hall claiming to be the minister of education and is not responding to the criminals. However, Minister R Bindu refuses to respond to the Governor and said that he is portraying everyone as criminals.

Meantime, Governor Arif Muhammad Khan may cancel the Kerala University Senate's decision not to appoint a nominee to the selection committee for the selection of the vice-chancellor. The Governor sought legal advice in this regard. Kerala University vice chancellor is holding talks with the Governor. All 11 nominees of the Governor in the Senate have reached Raj Bhavan. Governor Arif Muhammad Khan, the chancellor, was informed yesterday in writing of the Senate's decision not to provide a representative of Kerala University to the search committee to elect a permanent vice-chancellor in Kerala University.

The decision of the meeting chaired by the pro chancellor and also the higher education minister was signed yesterday morning. The decision of the meet was conveyed to the Raj Bhavan by the officer appointed by the university in the afternoon. The decision of the meeting was also communicated to the chancellor through e-mail.

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