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CNLU calls off hunger strike after three recruiters visit campus

Exclusive: The CNLU Patna hunger strike ended on Tuesday after assurances from Members of Legislative Assembly (MLA) of a meeting with the chief minister, and two law firms and a journal visited the campus to recruit, according to a student.

Rahul Anand, who was one of the CNLU students sitting on hunger strike since last week, told Legally India that the strike was called off this Tuesday.

Students were assured by MLAs of the ruling party that Bihar’s chief minister would meet them soon, said Anand, satisfying one of the hunger strikers’ key demands.

He added that two law firms - Khaitan & Partners and one Delhi firm – and the court journal All India Reporter (AIR) also visited the campus to recruit students. Students had also demanded that recruitment initiatives undertaken by the college should be improved.

Update: Kolkata legal process outsourcing company (LPO) Offshore Research Partners had also visited campus and has confirmed four job offers for CNLU students, said the firm’s managing partner Ashish Arun.

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