Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
People | By Neil Grant

Tamil Nadu: Professor booked for trying to force pupils into flesh trade

Tamil Nadu: Professor booked for trying to force pupils into flesh trade

An audio clip of Nirmala Devi trying to persuade her pupils to gratify sexual urges of high ranking officials of the university had gone viral on Sunday leading to college authorities placing her under suspension. While she did not mention what the girls were required to do Nirmala Devi said, "Being college girls you would have grasped what those "certain things" are".

Chennai: The Aruppukottai Town police registered a case against Nirmala Devi, assistant professor with Mathematics department of Devanga Arts College for trying to lure her pupils into prostitution. The college is affiliated to the Madurai Kamaraj University.

The students promptly complained to the college administration which forwarded their complaint to the local police when was at Nirmala Devi's Aruppukkottai residence as early as at 07:00 in the morning yesterday. "Now an opportunity is awaiting them to go take their life to next level", she said, noting that they could earn money and it would be transferred directly to their bank accounts.

The advice is being seen as a suggestion for sexual favours. Without using any direct reference to sexual favour, she indirectly implies that as a teacher, she had supported them till now academically. I've been having a wonderful conversation about it for years with students at Boston College, but the movie also does a handsome job of showing the great human struggle that single people face day to day. In a statement here, he said Nirmala has spoken to various top officials of the University from her mobile number 09524136928.

As college students, assignments are only done to get the required grades to pass but a Boston College professor is changing the game leaving students amused.

She kept telling the reluctant girls to think clearly and take an independent decision. "I have ordered the probe team to submit its report in 15 days", he told reporters. "We demand an impartial probe into the issue to bring out all those powerful people behind the assistant professor", she said.

"It is unbecoming of a professor to misguide the students". Jayakumar further said that the State government viewed the incident seriously and would not hesitate to initiate stringent action.Reacting to the issue that shocked the State, DMK working president M K Stalin demanded a CBI probe.

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