Seven students had given detailed statements in this regard by filing a police complaint against PSBB KK Nagar teacher Rajagopalan on serious allegations of sexual harassment and sending inappropriate messages to students, attending online classes half-naked and making obscene remarks on students. He was arrested and kept in Puzhal jail. On June 5, a special POCSO court in Chennai denied Rajagopalan bail. Chargesheet has been filed against him in POCSO Court in Chennai.
And an FIR was registered under Section 11 and 12 (Sexual Harassment of Children) of Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses. (POCSO) Act 2012. He is also charged under IPC sections 354 (A) (sexual harassment) and 509 (insult to woman) and sections 67 (punishment for publishing or transmitting obscene material in electronic form) and 67A (punishment for was imposed. Publication or transmission of material containing explicit sexual act, etc., in electronic form under the Information Technology Act.
The PSSB took cognizance of the complaints only after over 1000 alumni members pressed for action. Rajagopalan was suspended in May after several politicians also expressed their concerns about the lack of action. DMK's Kanimozhi, Dayanidhi Maran and Thamizhachi Thangapandian, Congress MPs Jothimani and PMK's Ramadoss made statements demanding justice in the matter. DMK MP Dayanidhi Maran had also written to the Union Education Minister seeking a proper inquiry into the matter and lapses in the mechanism to address similar issues. The PSBB case against Rajagopalan has sparked controversy by current and former students in Chennai. I made several allegations against school teachers. Additional investigations were conducted by the Education Department and the Tamil Nadu Child Welfare Committee. A charge sheet has been filed by Ashok Nagar All Mahila Police Station.