Chennai, Mar 18 (UNI) Madras High Court today described as unfortunate the alleged attack on a police sub-inspector by the law college students.
Granting conditional bail to Raju, one of the two students accused in the case, Mr Justice K N Basha said the incident had indeed happened and the students should maintain discipline and dignity.
The students must build a good and sound character. The students must realise their responsibilities and obligations to their parents, the judge said and directed Raju to execute a bond for a sum of Rs 1,000 with two sureties for a like sum, among which one should be furnished by the father or mother of Raju.
While dismissing the bail petition of Meenatchisundaram, the other student, the judge said the petitioner was implicated earlier in a case on the basis of a complaint lodged by a professor of the Law College.
The students of Dr Ambedkar Government Law College submitted in their bail application that they were falsely implicated in a case and was said to have assualted the sub-inspector on March six.
They submitted that there was a problem between the professors and the students with regard to conducting a NSS camp in the college.
Following this, the institution was closed and the students protested against the closure.
Though there was a wordy duel between the police officer and the students, they were falsely implicated in the case.
The petitioners further submitted that to attend practical examination in the second week of March, they be granted bail.
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