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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has written a letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan demanding that he should intervene to solve the concerns of the students of Anjarakkandy Medical College whose studies have been stopped because of the cancellation of admission by the Admission Supervisory Committee.

Justice James committee cancelled the admission of 150 students of 2016-17 MBBS batch citing that the admission was done without fulfilling the stipulated conditions. Even though the management of the college approached both the high court and the Supreme Court against this, both the courts approved the decision of the James committee.

With this the future of the 150 students are now hanging in a limbo.

Chennithala, in his letter, has told the CM that it is unjust to punish the students for the mistakes that the management did.

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