Former SFI leader Nikhil Thomas in police custody, accused of getting admission in Masters with fake degree

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Fake Degree Certificate Case: Former Student Federation of India (SFI) leader Nikhil Thomas was taken into custody from Kottayam district of Kerala. According to the information received from the police, Nikhil was taken into custody from a government bus on Saturday. Nikhil is accused of submitting fake certificates to get admission in the college.

Police said on Saturday that Thomas was traveling in a KSRTC bus from Kottayam to Kottarakkara in Kollam district. When they got the information, the police took him into custody. After which he was taken to Kayamkulam police station in Alappuzha district.

Former leader of leftist organization in MSM college
A police officer told PTI that Nikhil is being questioned. Although he has not been arrested yet. Nikhil is a former leader of the Left organization at Kayamkulam-based MSM College. Which was expelled from the primary membership of the organization by the SFI on Tuesday following allegations from various organizations regarding fake certificates.

Admission was taken with fake degree
SFI is the student wing of CPI(M), the ruling Marxist Communist Party of Kerala. The organization had said in a statement that Nikhil has done such a thing, which should never be done by any SFI worker. The Kerala Students’ Union, the student wing of the Congress in the state, has been alleging that Thomas secured an M.Com seat in the same college after submitting fake degree certificates.

What is the matter?
The case against Nikhil Thomas is that he allegedly produced a fake degree certificate from Kalinga University to get PG admission in MSM College, Kayamkulam. KSU claims that Nikhil did not pass the B.Com course and produced fake certificates to get admission in the M.Com course.

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