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He had worked with financial daily Mint until he left the paper in 2011.” “Some officials are now interested in playing politics and instead of carrying out their duties, download Indian Express App More Related News to be honest.“Deshdrohi wapas jao (Go back traitor)” “Don’t allow Naxal in the campus”, etc.According to the eye-witness the students group that barged into the campus had a strong objection to the application given by Saibaba for revocation of his suspension GN Saibaba “The three attempts on him were made to give a message to the governing body that he shouldn’t be reinstated The goons and members of the right-wing affiliated ABVP demanded that the person (read Saibaba) who’s a face of the Maoists and strongly supports Naxalism shouldn’t be allowed to teach students” final-year student of RLA College said “Today when Prof Saibaba came to submit his application the ABVP members of DUSU tried to attack him physically They raised slogans against him There were around 50 students who forcefully entered the staff room and gheraoed the professor Even on 22 April on College annual day they heckled Saibaba DUTA and our staff association have taken it up with the governing body” said Rajiv Kumar media in-charge RLA College Saibaba was arrested by the Maharashtra police for alleged Maoist links in 2014 After the arrest he was suspended from college It was on the afternoon of 9 May 2014 when Saibaba was heading back home from the university a group of policemen in plainclothes stopped his car dragged the driver out and drove him out of the university campus The next morning after his arrest from Delhi he was flown to Nagpur where the District Magistrate heard his case and sent him to prison He spent 14 months in jail before the Mumbai High Court granted him bail for six months in July last year for his deteriorating health condition He had to surrender and again go back to jail in December He was recently granted bail by the Supreme Court and the RLA College’s governing body constituted a one-member committee to revoke his suspension and reinstate him Resolution passed The staff association of RLA College has passed two resolutions in this context “Two resolutions were passed on Monday evening First we’ve strongly condemned the failure of the college principal and the administration to stop goons from entering the college campus and create havoc The administration of the college has collapsed The manner in which Prof Saibaba was attacked thrice has made students and staff members insecure Second resolution has been passed to set a time limit to the one-member committee We want the committee to submit its report on revocation of suspension within a stipulated time frame” said RLA College staff association’s secretary Dr Rakesh Kumar “Irrespective of any political affiliation or ideology creating ruckus inside the campus of an educational institution is completely unwarranted and unacceptable It shows total degradation of college administration The role of police is also questionable on why it didn’t act” he added Ambedkar Bhagat Singh Students’ Front has strongly condemned the continued harassment of Saibaba DUSU joint secretary Chhatarpal Yadav with other ABVP goons in huge police presence tried to terrorize the Prof Saibaba This whole incident happened in front of college principal chairman and the police but no one came to his defense and it was the college students who formed a human chain around him to protect him from ABVP goons No strict action was taken by college administration and we strongly condemn this insensitive attitude of the college authorities” the Students’ Front said What the ABVP says The ABVP has denied any kind of involvement in the alleged attack on Saibaba “It’s a known fact that Saibaba has Maoist links and is a face of Naxals The Maharashtra ATS on the basis of evidences arrested him and was sent to jail But ABVP has nothing to do with it The matter is subjudice and the law will take its course It’s always easy to level charges and put blames but none of our members were involved in the attack inside RLA College campus” national spokesperson and media in-charge of ABVP Shreerang Kulkarni told Firstpost Naxalbari (WB): In a no-holds barred attack on Rahul Gandhi without naming him Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee today dubbed the Congress vice-president "an upstart leader" who did not know his facts correctly "Upstart leaders from Delhi are saying a lot of funds are provided to West Bengal Do you know accounts Did you ever do it and do you know what work is Do you know how funds come and are spent and how they are returned" Banerjee the West Bengal Chief Minister told an election rally here Mamata Banerjee Reuters "I challenge it I do not want to take names I feel ashamed I name such persons who are worthy to be named I do not name those who are not worthy of it "They are the sons and daughters of latsahebs and zamindars who do not know about the poor and suffering You (Congress) were in power for 66 years" she said She also referred to Gandhi as a cuckoo which was seen only at certain times of the year "Throughout the year I am with the people I know their problems and they know me I am not like the proverbial cuckoo that arrives in spring and disappears once the season is over" she said PTI Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy will resign immediately after the Telangana bill is taken up for debate in Parliament cabinet ministers loyal to him said on Sunday Kiran Reddy who is opposed to state’s division will also float a new political party said E Pratap Reddy one of the state ministers from Seemandhra who met him With the central government intensifying efforts to get the Telangana bill passed in parliament the chief minister held a meeting with ministers and legislators from Seemandhra to chalk out their future course of action Kiran Kumar Reddy has threatened to quit if the new state is formed PTI Pratap Reddy said the chief minister did not resign as the Bharatiya Janata Party has claimed that the bill was not tabled in parliament Another minister S Sailajanath said that Kiran Reddy will quit if the Telangana bill comes up for debate Alleging that the central government is acting with a bias on the issue of bifurcation he said the attack on state MPs in parliament was a proof of the bias Four ministers were among 21 legislators who participated in the meeting with the chief minister The central government had Thursday tabled Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill 2013 in Lok Sabha amid unprecedented ruckus A MP from Seemandhra used pepper spray and there was also a scuffle between lawmakers from Telangana and Seemandhra The incidents led to suspension of 16 MPs by the speaker for the rest of the session IANS The reception that AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa received in Chennai on her return from Bangalore was not that of somebody who went to jail overcorruption charges but that of somebody who had won a battle against evil forces In a rain-drenched Chennai people were delirious After 20 days of mourning and prayers they danced on the streets burst crackers and distributed sweets They also abused political rivals such as DMK supremo M Karunanidhi They repeated what Jayalalithaa had maintained —that the disproportionate assets case which led to her conviction was a false case foisted on her for political reasons Reuters image Among the people who welcomed her back was none other than Tamil superstar Rajinikanth “I am very glad to have you back in Poes Garden Praying for good times for you Always wishing you well for good health and peace” had said the actor in a letter to the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu Perhaps after seeing the jubilation on the streets and public mood Karunanidhi chose to be mellow He said he was neither happy (that she went to jail) nor sad (that she got bail) He also said that it was not his government but Subramanian Swamy who went to court His government had only followed the court’s order to investigate Swamy’s complaint On her part Jaya also magnified her victory against the present adversity She seized the opportunity to reinforce her legend of benevolence that her supporters were celebrating on the streets when she said the well-being of the people of Tamil Nadu was her prime goal and the "challenges grief and pain" that she faced in the process didn’t matter to her "God has given me the maturity to take such pains in my stride" she added She further said that her "public life amounts to swimming in a sea of inferno As your dear sister I have realised the perils of dedicating oneself for the cause of public welfare from the day I entered politics" In short without mincing words she told them that she went to jail for them in their service After being slightly circumspect initially opposition parties such as DMK and PMK were quick to write her off politically when she failed to obtain a bail in the Karnataka high court "Jayalalithaa’s comeback to power can only be a dream It would never be fulfilled" Karunanidhi had reportedly said at his party secretaries’ meeting in Chennai PMK President S Ramadoss had wanted Jaya’s pictures removed from government offices official websites and school books He also said that it was the end of her political career The general response to her release from jail including from people such as Rajinikanth or even Karunanidhi is a clear indication of the public mood which is far from adverse With a string of social welfare measures targeting the poor she was at the peak of popularity when she went to jail The jail term has added an extra layer of invincibility to her which will make her even more popular Had she be in jail it would have been really tough for chief minister Panneerselvam and her band of senior officials in Chennai to run the government because communicating with her would have been difficult Ruling a state like Tamil Nadu from a jail in another state is impossible The only viable option could have been Jaya giving broad policy guidance to Panneerselvam and others and empowering them to take decisions on their own; but such a situation could never exist not just in AIADMK but in none of the parties in Tamil Nadu A lot however rides on the verdict of the Karnataka high court If the special court’s judgement is upheld it will be difficult times again in about six months The final verdict after exhausting all legal avenues will be crucial because her presence is certainly needed for the assembly elections which will be due in less than two years Jaya’s priority now will be to push forward with her welfare policies and the overall development of the state Compared to her previous terms she has focussed on social protection and welfare of people this time and all her schemes have been runaway hits She too has high profile vision documents towards the modernisation of the state and sectors such as energy that need serious attention It’s certainly good for the party and the government that she is out of jail but the coming months will be tough because she will have to devote time for the government as well as her case Signs reading "Caution! Sinha is a renowned Hindi writer and former chairperson of Central Social Welfare Board (CSWB),who is very happy with herself.” Vidya told PTI in an interview over phone from Mumbai.

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