Sunday, August 14, 2011

Ragging case registered in Indore college, administration denies

Indore: A case of ragging has come up in Saifi Golden Jubilee Quaderia College. A girl was reportedly locked away in the veranda near the college library and her seniors questioned her in the name of ragging.

The girl, a first year student of B Com, said she had gone to the library when Mohsin Khan, Sameer Ahmed, Masar and three other students followed her and closed the door near the verandah of the library. She managed to push away the offenders and escape.

The girl informed her family about the incident who approached the college administration. They were, however, asked to hush the matter rather than being granted justice. The family of the girl then lodged a complaint with police.

The girl said a group of boys in her class insisted on asking her name repeatedly and often troubled her. She further said such incidents of ragging must be stopped.

College administration denies ragging

The college administration, on the other hand, refused to say that there was a ragging case. Officials said it was a case of students troubling classmates, not ragging.

They have decided that the boys should ask forgiveness. Sources said the authorities were not likely to take any action against the culprits. The case of ragging had been converted into one of eve teasing, they said.

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