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Posted at: Apr 21, 2017, 7:22 PM; last updated: Apr 21, 2017, 9:22 PM (IST)

KU rusticates 4 law students for ragging

KU rusticates 4 law students for ragging
The entrance to Kurukshetra University. Tribune file photo
Tribune News Service

Kurukshetra, April 21
Four students of Kurukshetra University were expelled from the Institute of Law for allegedly ragging another student.

Sources said the university would ask the police to lodge an FIR.

On April 10, a law student in his fourth semester (identity withheld to protect his privacy) accused six students in their sixth semester of having ragged him.

The university said they found evidence against four students. Two suspects have also been evicted from the university’s hostel. All four have been banned from entering campus.

“KU maintains a zero tolerance towards ragging and swift action was taken in the case,” the university spokesperson said.

The students, however, claimed they were implicated and that it was merely a quarrel.
“One of us had a quarrel with another student (not the complainant). But we never ragged any student. KU should have given us a chance explain,” said a student.



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