Terrorising Teachers Unthinkable : High Court On Former DUSU President Satender Awana’s Threat To DU Professor

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On Sunday The Delhi High Court said-“Terrorising” teachers is an “unthinkable” and “shocking” act, after it was told that a Delhi University law student had threatened a female professor who had caught him cheating during exams.

The incident was brought to the court’s attention by senior advocate N Hariharan, appointed by the bench as an amicus curiae in a matter concerning the standards of law education in India.

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Anguished by the incident,a bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Najmi Waziri said it was an “anathema” to call such institutions schools or refer to such persons as students.

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The Court made the strong remarks after it was told that former DUSU President Satender Awana, pursuing LLB from the Faculty of Law in Delhi University had threatened a lady professor who had allegedly caught him cheating during the semester exams in May-June this year.

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The court also questioned the university for not taking any action.

The bench directed the police to ensure protection to the professor.

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