‘Age’ controversy in SFI; Arshaw was made secretary by violating the age limit

Thiruvananthapuram ∙ SFI state secretary P. M. Arsho, whom the party decided to protect in the examination controversy, was made SFI state secretary in violation of the age limit criteria of the organization. Although the age limit suggested by the party leadership is 25 years, Arsho continues as secretary at the age of 29.

Arshaw’s date of birth is February 2, 1994, Ernakulam Govt. Part of transfer certificate issued from law college.

To get admission in Ernakulam Maharaja’s College, Govt. Arshaw’s date of birth in the transfer certificate (TC) issued by the law college is February 2, 1994. In the last state conference, it was revealed that Arshaw became the state secretary of SFI at the age of 28 and got age relaxation. In the wake of the exam controversy, this has become a new controversy within the organization as the state conference is about to take place.

There is no age limit for membership in SFI. Students and anyone can become members. A few years ago, it was decided to make the age limit of 25 years mandatory for holding office, taking into account the CPM’s proposal to bring new people into the leadership ranks.

English Summary: PM Arsho cross age limit

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