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Massive Protest Breaks Out

Massive Protest Breaks Out

                                                                        Massive Protest Breaks Out

What has happened? In the case of Massive Protest Breaks Out. A massive protest broke out at the Chandigarh University campus post-midnight after the videos of around 60 girls taking baths in the hostel were leaked. Police reached the spot and arrested a girl student who allegedly made those videos and sent them to a boy in Shimla, who shared those on social media.  A case has been registered against the accused girl under Sections 354 of the IPC and IP act at the Gharuan police post. The accused is a first-year MBA student, police said.

An unverified video of the girl who made the videos and leaked them is also going viral where she confessed her crime. Some insiders claimed the accused was demanding money from the girls.  The situation went out of control after a resident allegedly tried to commit suicide at one of the girl’s hostels. However, the university management claimed the no girl had tried to commit suicide rather few girls had ‘ fainted’.  Hundreds of students came out on the campus on Saturday night after talks with the authorities failed.

Several social media posts are doing the rounds claiming that the university authorities were trying to cover up the incident. The video of the warden, which is being circulated on social media, has been made purposely. The wooden was crosschecking the allegations made by the three hostel residents. Meanwhile, the students alleged that the university management intentionally circulated videos to pass the blame onto hostel residents. many Chandigarh University hostels students protested and are slogans against the varsity management for mishandling the situation, in the wee hours of Saturday night.

In various videos, the residents are seen demanding justice and abusing the security personnel on the campus. The protesters can be seen opening the hostel fears and trying to run outside the campus. Education minister Harjot Singh Bains urged the protesting students to remain calm.

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