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By Our Special Correspondent
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 26. After striking a tough posture over the last few days over the death of the engineering college student in the city on July 22, the CPI(M) leadership has begun showing signs of relenting.
In a statement here today, the CPI(M) State secretariat said it would take the agitation against the Government move to `kick out' the poor from the education sector in a peaceful manner. The party also demanded that the terms of reference of the proposed judicial inquiry into the Dalit girl's death should be finalised in consultation with the Opposition.
The CPI(M) 0 also sought a permanent mechanism to independently finalise the fees that could be charged from students who gain admission to management quota seats in private self-financing professional colleges. It also called upon the Government to withdraw the recognition of professional colleges that defy the Government directives on admission norms and fee structure.
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