PUNE: Indian Law Society’s (ILS) Law College on Monday expelled two students, who were facing ragging allegation, for assaulting four fellow students. An inquiry committee, however, absolved them of ragging charges.
Four students of ILS Law College had filed a written complaint on January 8, alleging ragging by two fellow students. They had complained that they were brutally beaten by the two students at college canteen.
One Kenyan student was injured in this incident. After receiving ragging complaint, ILS Law College set up an inquiry committee headed by vice principal Jaya Sangade. The committee submitted its report on last Saturday.
ILS Law College principal Vaijayanti Joshi said, “The committee held many hearings and recorded statements of students from both sides. The committee has concluded that it was not a case of ragging. However, as four students were brutally attacked, and were beaten up in an inhuman manner, the college has decided to expel two students from the college.”
Two students have been expelled from the ILS Law College, but can seek admission in other colleges, Joshi added.