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39 Councilors disqualified by Kerala University

Amid an impersonation row, Kerala University has disqualified 39 councilors. The decision comes as a response to allegations of impersonation during the university’s student council elections. The disqualification underscores the university’s commitment to upholding fair and transparent election processes.

The incident raises concerns about the integrity of the election system and the need for measures to prevent impersonation and maintain the credibility of student representation. The disqualification of the councilors serves as a reminder of the consequences individuals face for engaging in fraudulent activities.

Kerala University’s actions demonstrate its dedication to ensuring the legitimacy and fairness of student elections. The incident also highlights the importance of fostering an environment of trust and ethical conduct within educational institutions.