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Kamalanathan: Teacher will be booted out of profession if claims of sexual advances are true

JOHOR BARU: The Education Ministry has conducted an internal investigation into the case where a 56-year-old Tamil school teacher allegedly requested sexual favours from his students.
Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalanathan said the ministry would wait for a final report before deciding if any action will be taken against the teacher.
"If he is found guilty, there is no place for him in schools," he told reporters after attending the national-level symposium on student affairs here on Wednesday.
Kamalanathan said he was disgusted by such conduct, and if such claims were true, the person was not fit to be an educator.
MIC treasurer-general Datuk Seri S. Vell Paari, in a statement on Tuesday, said he had come into possession of a voice recording of the man's attempts to convince a mother to allow her daughter to engage in sexual favours in return for job opportunities.
"What is frightening is that in his conversation, he admits to having sex with four young girls studying for SPM," he said.
In the eight-minute, 49-second audio clip, the man apparently boasts to the mother that he had helped a lot of girls who had completed their SPM exams to secure jobs after sleeping with him.
The MIC branch leader has since quit the party but is still teaching at the school.
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