Fee hike: IAS officer attacked in Kerala
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A group of activists of the Kerala Student Union (KSU) poured waste engine oil on IAS officer Kesavendra Kumar, who is the director of the higher secondary school education, protesting against the increase in fee. According to the police, about 10 KSU activists led by district leader Sippy Muhammed had laid a siege to Kumar's office. The attack took place while he was holding a discussion with them. The KSU state leadership said Muhammed was suspended from the organisation.
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