Chennai, Nov 26 (UNI) The Tamil Nadu Advocate General (AG) G Masilamani today told Madras High Court that communal hatred was the reason beihind the recent clash between two groups of students in the Dr Ambethkar Government Law College here on November 12.
As per the direction of the High Court, the AG filed the Enquiry Report on the functioning of the Law College and its Hostel this evening.
It was relevant to refer here that in the whole of India, Tamil Nadu was the only state where the caste name in suffixes have been dropped as early as in the 1930s. It stands proved by the fact that even a 75 year-old person today does not carry the caste name and caste names are not found in the name of any street or public building, following the orders of the government more than 30 years ago.
It is indeed unfortunate that in such a state, students clash with each other for communal reasons, the AG submitted in his report to the Court.
Students should know that 'Devil(violence) will never give birth to a fairy (peace). Violence will only breed more villence. It will never bring peace and harmony. Every action shall have an equal and opposite reaction, Mr Masilamani also contended.
The AG also sugested that restriction should be enforced by permitting entry to students only with Photo Identity Cards.
At the entry gates, security guards, preferably manned by ex-service personnel should be posted and assigned the job of admitting students, teachers and staff into the college, he said in his report.
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