MKU sex scandal: HC grants bail to Nirmala Devi

MADURAI: The Madurai bench of the Madras top courtroom on Tuesday granted bail to assistant professor Nirmala Devi who was once arrested by the CB-CID for luring school girls to do sexual favours for upper officials in Madurai Kamaraj University.
Justice M Dhandapani granted bail to Nirmala Devi after the state expressed no objection to her being launched on bail, in response to a petition moved by Nirmala Devi. The courtroom seen that since the chargesheet have been filed in the case, there was once no apprehension that Nirmala Devi, who's the top accused in the case, would possibly tamper with evidence.

The courtroom, alternatively, directed Nirmala Devi not to make any statements to the general public or via media and to cooperate with the trial proceedings.

The different two accused in the case- Murugan, an assistant professor in MKU, and Karuppasamy, a research scholar, had been granted bail by the Supreme courtroom, a month in the past.

Meanwhile, in another petition searching for a CBI inquiry into the entire incident, a department bench of Justice N Kirubakaran and Justice S S Sundar recorded the statement of Nirmala Devi in chambers. Nirmala Devi was once escorted to the courtroom by a police workforce on Tuesday afternoon from the Madurai central jail. The bench had previous questioned the need to keep Nirmala Devi in jail for several months now and puzzled if there was once a threat for her existence. To this, the state orally submitted that they have got no objection to her release and their simplest apprehension is that she would possibly harm herself on release.

Nirmala Devi, an assistant professor in Devanga Arts College at Aruppukottai in Virudhunagar district, was once arrested on April 16 final yr after an audio clip of her telephonic conversation with lady students, by which she purportedly steered them to do ‘favours’ for senior officials in MKU, went viral in social media.

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