Kerala University rejects Governor Arif Mohammad Khan's offer
Kerala University rejects Governor Arif Mohammad Khan's offer

Thiruvananthapuram: The University of Kerala has rejected Governor Arif Mohammad Khan's recommendation that President Ram Nath Kovind be offered a D-lit. The Government and the Syndicate were not interested, wrote Vice-Chancellor Dr. VP Mahadevan Pillai to the Governor, who is also the Chancellor.

The governor also put a hold on the date for awarding de-lit to people selected by the government at the Sanskrit University, which was a setback. Former VC Dr. NP Unni, actress Shobhana, and Dr. TM Krishna have been awarded D-lit by the Sanskrit University. In this regard, the governor supported the proposition of the syndicate meeting.

In the wake of these events, the governor revealed yesterday that the government's decisions were detrimental to the country's pride when he was the Chancellor.

The Governor called Kerala's VC and ordered him to present the President with de lighted. The information was provided in writing. Previously, KRNarayan had a policy of accepting D Lit. The Governor's recommendation was announced by the Vice-Chancellor to the members of the Syndicate. They wanted to know what the ruling elite thought. The President, it turned out, was not interested in handing de lit. After that, the VC met with the Governor and told him in writing.

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