Kannur University denies the complaint against their student

Allan Shuaib, who is in his eighth semester of his BA and LLB degrees, has been investigated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for clearing precise anticipations linked to Maoist contact. The Kannur University’s Anti-Ragging Committee denies the complaint of ragging from Badarudheen V (3rd BA LLB), as the allegations related to the campus elections and have not been rectified to the extent of ragging.

Shuaib was arrested on a UAPA case (the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act) and is on bail for now. He was involved earlier in the Students Federation of India (SFI), the student wing of the ruling Communist Party of India (CPM). The NIA objected to the cancellation of the bail, and the next hearing in the case is scheduled for December 15, 2022. The Kerala Police Department of Pantheerankavu station limits also submitted reports against Shuaib for violating bail conditions registered against him by Dharmadom police to the NIA.

On November 2, the SFI and an unorganised student group clashed at Kannur University’s Palayad campus in Thalassery. Then, two students, the leader of SFI and first semester LLB student Adhin Subhi P, filed a case against Shuaib and his mate, Badharudheen V, a third semester LLB student, on behalf of their acts of ragging and assaulting them. Adhin Subhi has also submitted a copy of his complaint to Kannur University’s Anti-Ragging Committee.

When the Anti-Ragging Committee rejected the complaint against Allan Shuaib and his friend Badharudheen, SFI activists assaulted Mursheed, as informed by several other friends. Mursheed, after the attack from SFI activists, has been suffering from injuries on his back and was admitted to the Indira Gandhi Co-Operative Hospital in Thalassery.

Despite this political noise, the students were in judicial custody for 10 months when the High Court rejected their bail requests twice. Finally, the Supreme Court granted bail on October 28, 2022.

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