Link Video Viral Chandigarh University – SSP Mohali told ANI that there was no evidence of a suicide attempt after the girls’ video went viral. The minister in charge of Punjab and the state women’s commission have assured that the perpetrators of the crime will not be spared.
A massive protest broke out in Chandigarh University campus after midnight after a video was released of around 60 girls taking bath in a hostel. Police arrived at the scene and arrested a student who allegedly made the videos and sent them to a boy in Shimla, who allegedly shared them on social media. A case against the girl has been registered under section 354c of IPC and IT Act at Gharuan police station. The accused is a fresh MBA student, police said.
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Education Minister Harjot Singh Bains urged the protesting students to remain calm. “It is a matter of caution and is linked to the dignity of our sisters and daughters. All of us, including the media, should be very careful, and this is a test for us now as a society,” he tweeted.
Hundreds of students came to school on Saturday evening after negotiations with the authorities failed. Several social media posts reported that school officials tried to cover up the incident.
Police have denied any incidents of death, injury or suicide attempt in the wake of the video leak. “This is a video shot by a student and distributed. In the case, the FIR was registered and the accused student was arrested. No deaths have been reported related to this incident. According to medical records, no suicide attempts have been reported, “said Mohali SSP Vivek Soni.
An unverified video of the girl who made the videos and leaked them in which she confessed to her crime is also going viral. Some whistleblowers claimed that the defendant was asking the girls for money.