Mohali : There has been a stir from Chandigarh to Shimla amid the students’ anger over the Mohali MMS scandal. The anger of the students is increasing due to this. In the video leak so far, three including the accused student have been arrested. Chandigarh University has been closed till 24th September i.e. for six days. Protests were held outside the university till late Sunday night after Saturday over this incident. Most of the students withdrew after much applause from the police. However, some students remained on dharna overnight.
Punjab Police DG GS Bhullar himself tried to pacify the matter by talking to the protesting students. He said trust is necessary and the law is being followed. He said that we will keep coming to you and trust is necessary. Speaking to ANI, DIG Bhullar said that earlier there was a lack of communication and the police are trying to make up for it.
Let us know in 10 points what happened so far in the University MMS leak case-
1- Around 4 pm, a large number of students started gathering outside the university campus in Mohali. Soon, a huge crowd of students gathered on the university campus, as the evening progressed, the anger of the students also increased. Students wearing black clothes started registering their protest by lighting mobile lights in their hands. Seeing the anger of the students, the top police officers reached the spot and started trying to persuade the students. But the students did not agree.
2- The demonstration of the students continued till late at night. The police continued to try to persuade the students. According to the police officials, the investigation is going in the right direction, at present, a large number of students have returned after extinguishing the persuasion of the police. Still, many students continued to sit on dharna.
3- The accused student is already in the custody of the police. In such a situation, the police have also arrested the youth accused of making the video viral. The accused youth was caught from Rohru in Shimla. 4 mobile phones have been found from the accused youth. The accused has been handed over to the Punjab Police. The accused youth is said to be 23 years old. Apart from this, the police have also caught a partner of the accused youth. His age is said to be 31 years.
4- Here, after this entire incident, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann ordered an inquiry into the matter on Sunday. After a preliminary investigation, the police arrested a girl student. Apart from this, a 23-year-old youth has been arrested from Himachal Pradesh, who is being told to the boyfriend of the said student. The youth has been arrested and handed over to the Punjab Police. Himachal Pradesh Police has also arrested another 31-year-old man in this case.
5- Punjab Additional Director General of Police Gurpreet Dev, who reached the campus of Chandigarh University along with other senior officials to take stock of the situation after the overnight protest, told reporters that it appears that the accused student shared a video of herself with the youth. No objectionable video of any other student has been found. University officials also dismissed as “false and baseless” reports that claimed that videos of several girl students in the university hostel were made and shared on social media and that several students committed suicide after the episode. Tried.
6- On the university campus, however, a large number of students protested again on Sunday evening. Some of the protesting students accused the university authorities of “suppressing” the incident. Most of the protesters were dressed in black and raised slogans like “we want justice” in the presence of police.
7- Mohali Senior Superintendent of Police Vivek Sheel Soni told reporters that the protest took place in the university after midnight after ‘rumors’ that videos of several girl students were leaked. He said that the mobile phone of the arrested student has been confiscated for forensic examination and no case of attempted suicide of the girl student has come to light and no one has died in this case.
8- Officials said that a case has been registered under Section 354C of the Indian Penal Code and Information Technology Act and an investigation is going on. Chief Minister Mann has ordered an inquiry into the incident and said that strict action will be taken against those found guilty.
9- Chief Minister Mann tweeted, “Sad to hear about the unfortunate incident of Chandigarh University…Our daughters are our honor…A high-level inquiry has been ordered into the matter…Whoever will be found guilty.” Strict action will be taken against him.” He said, “I am in touch with the administration.” Along with this, Mann appealed to the people not to pay heed to the rumors.
10- There were strong reactions from the political parties regarding this incident and the central and state women’s rights bodies also intervened. Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal said those involved in the case would get “the harshest punishment”. Kejriwal tweeted, “Victim daughters have courage. We are all with you. All act with restraint.”
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