The DYFI state secretariat said in a statement that the High Court order banning student protests in colleges is unfortunate.
The high court verdict is disappointing in the wake of upheaval and upheaval of the Constitution to uphold the Constitution and the defense of democratic and secular values in the country. The role of the student body in the Indian independence movement and post-independence India must not be overlooked. The verdict is an infringement on the constitutional right to report faults and disagreements.
The Kerala community is aware of student protests and the spread of drug mafia on campuses that have been silenced by banning student protests and organizational activity. When self-financed education management becomes an education trader, a politically conscious and socially connected student community is essential. The statement also appealed to the government to reconsider its verdict that pushes the student body into politics.