Deepa Nisanth had copied a poem and published at her own name.

Deepa Nisanth had copied a poem and published at her own name.

Writer and college teacher Deepa Nisanth recently emerged in social media as an activist who is a promoter of the left party youth wing. She had made a controversial statement in social media against Hindus and a police complaint has been registered about it.

A raging copy-cat controversy in Kerala has left red-faced two progressive cultural faces celebrated by the Left.

A young left-party associated speaker, Sreechithran recently hogged the limelight for his speeches at Left-sponsored events, favoring the police action at Sabarimala temple.

Pinarayi government made the Sabarimala as a police camp and its affected badly the secular government at a state and left- sponsored writers had worked for the government to bring back the secular image. Sreechithran was a part of that mission too.

Deepa and Sreechithran are in the dock for lifting a poem written by young poet S Kalesh. At the crux of the controversy is a poem published under Deepa’s name at a service magazine of All Kerala Private College Teachers Association.

Kalesh has alleged that Deepa copied his poem, which was published in his blog in 2011. At first, Deepa had claimed that the poem wrote by her own but later more proof came to light stating the ownership of Kalesh.

Continuing Deepa as a teacher will create the wrong message to the education world and she should resign from

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