Saturday, August 25, 2012

Five college students suspended for creating ruckus

CHANDIGARH:Five students of a private college, in Chandigarh, were suspended, under a disciplinary action taken against them for creating ruckus and after that misguiding college authorities and police by projecting it as a ragging incident. According to the police, there was a quarrel among students of BA II and BA III students on late Tuesday. When police reached the spot, students said that third-year students were doing ragging and they also manhandled the. However, police detained four students from the spot. "The students were in an inebriated condition.

During the questioning, we discovered that no ragging took place and students were trying to misguide us. They had quarreled over some hostel issue. Accordingly, we informed the college authorities and appealed them to take action against errant students," said a police official here on Wednesday. The suspended students included two third-year and three final-year students. All of them are residing at college hostels. A senior college official said, "Earlier we came to know that some third year students were ragging the first and second year students, resulting in an uproar as a fight was initiated.

But after clarifications from police we came to know that there was no such incident of ragging. A disciplinary action has been taken and the students who were involved in creating this ruckus have been suspended."

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