‘We are unsafe here…’, Chandigarh University girls leaving hostel after bathing video goes viral – न्यूज़लीड India

‘We are unsafe here…’, Chandigarh University girls leaving hostel after bathing video goes viral


Students are leaving the hostel willingly

The students, who were seen leaving the Chandigarh University hostel premises, said that they were leaving the hostel voluntarily. He has said that he is going home due to security concerns. A student who was going outside the campus said, “Chandigarh University has declared a holiday and we don’t feel safe here. We are unsafe here so we are going home. I don’t think the students will get justice as they have not yet acted in this matter.

'No, we haven't got justice yet...'

‘No, we haven’t got justice yet…’

Speaking to Times Network, another student said, “No, we have not got justice yet and the students will continue their protest. CU administration is not doing anything. They are only saying that the matter is sensitive and nothing related to the matter can be shared with the students.

Hostel warden suspended

Hostel warden suspended

Meanwhile, Chandigarh University authorities have also suspended a warden of the girls hostel where the incident took place amid mounting pressure from the protesting students. The hostel warden can be seen in a video clip scolding the accused student for recording the video and sharing her boyfriend in Shimla. Another warden of the same hostel has also been suspended in connection with the incident. All the wardens of the university hostel are being transferred and the hostel timings have also been changed.

Police said - only a video of the accused has been found ...

Police said – only a video of the accused has been found …

However, it is being alleged that there are several objectionable videos in which girls can be seen taking a bath. The police have claimed that they have found only one video of the accused himself and no other video of other students or hostellers. Mohali Deputy Commissioner Amit Talwar has ordered a magisterial inquiry and formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the matter.

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