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Manipur University crisis: Teachers demand inquiry

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IMPHAL, June 25 - Manipur University Teachers Association (MUTA) has demanded a high level enquiry into the allegations leveled against Vice Chancellor Prof Adya Prasad Pandey and his subsequent clarification on the charges.

An emergency executive committee and special invitees meeting of MUTA with its president Prof I Tomba in the chair took a decision in this regard on Monday, sources said.

The decision of MUTA came a day after the VC rejected the allegations leveled against him. Prof Pandey said he came here to serve the University claiming that he is trying his best to resolve the ongoing crisis. But he failed to give any time frame to bring an amicable solution.

The meeting of MUTA has also demanded resignation of Prof Pandey from his position immediately in the �academic interest� of the University.

The MUTA meeting further resolved to participate in the joint sit-in protest of MUTA, MUSU and Manipur University Staff Association (MUSA) scheduled to be held on June 26, according to MUTA General Secretary Prof L Shanjukumar.

Meanwhile, a team of Congress legislators have left here for Delhi to meet and apprise the party�s central leadership of the various issues of the State including the ongoing crisis in Manipur University.

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Manipur University crisis: Teachers demand inquiry

IMPHAL, June 25 - Manipur University Teachers Association (MUTA) has demanded a high level enquiry into the allegations leveled against Vice Chancellor Prof Adya Prasad Pandey and his subsequent clarification on the charges.

An emergency executive committee and special invitees meeting of MUTA with its president Prof I Tomba in the chair took a decision in this regard on Monday, sources said.

The decision of MUTA came a day after the VC rejected the allegations leveled against him. Prof Pandey said he came here to serve the University claiming that he is trying his best to resolve the ongoing crisis. But he failed to give any time frame to bring an amicable solution.

The meeting of MUTA has also demanded resignation of Prof Pandey from his position immediately in the �academic interest� of the University.

The MUTA meeting further resolved to participate in the joint sit-in protest of MUTA, MUSU and Manipur University Staff Association (MUSA) scheduled to be held on June 26, according to MUTA General Secretary Prof L Shanjukumar.

Meanwhile, a team of Congress legislators have left here for Delhi to meet and apprise the party�s central leadership of the various issues of the State including the ongoing crisis in Manipur University.