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Chandigarh University to remain shut till Saturday, September 24

Visuals today from the campus of the University showed several students carrying their luggage as they left the premises. Protests that began on Saturday night continued till late on Sunday.

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Protest at private university in Mohali over videos of women students surfacing on social media

Amid a stir after the alleged leak of objectionable videos from the girls’ hostel of Chandigarh University in Punjab’s Mohali, the varsity has been shut for students till September 24, the university sources said on Monday. The decision came in the wake of the massive protests by students who were demanding action against the allegations that objectionable videos of several girls were recorded by a fellow hosteller and shared on social media. Two accused have been arrested and one detained in connection with the incident.

Visuals today from the campus of the University showed several students carrying their luggage as they left the premises. Protests that began on Saturday night continued till late on Sunday.

Protesting students alleged that a student made videos of girl students while taking a bath in the hostel. The video was later made viral on social media. The protesting students also claimed that after the videos went viral, girl students living in the hostel attempted suicide. However, police refuted all claims of suicide. Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) GS Bhullar spoke to the protesting students late on Sunday night and tried to pacify them by saying “implicit faith is necessary” and “law is being followed”.

“We will keep coming to you, implicit faith is necessary,” said DIG GS Bhullar. DIG Bhullar told ANI that there was a communication gap earlier, which the police are trying to bridge.

“The issue has been of communication gap. We have been clarifying again and again. We are assuring students that law is being followed and all legal procedures are being undertaken,” DIG Bhullar said. The Mohali Deputy Commissioner (DC) Amit Talwar also dismissed as “rumours” that students have attempted suicide.

“No information about suicide has come out. It is a rumour that has been spread. We have not been brought forward any information that a suicide has taken place,” Talwar said. On Sunday, one accused identified as Sunny Mehta was arrested. The youth belongs to a village under the Rohru Sub division of Shimla district, nearly 130 km away from the northern town.

The detained person has been identified as 31-year-old Rankaj Verma. Both the accused were nabbed by a team led by Dr Monika, Superintendent of Police, Shimla and were handed over to Punjab Police from Rohur and Dhalli police stations respectively.

“Punjab Police has arrested and has left with the accused from Rohru in case FIR no 194/22 dt 18/9/22 u/s 354C IPC, 66E IT act PS Sadar Kharad Punjab. The 23-year accused, resident of Rohru has been handed over to them,” read a statement of Shimla Police. The girl student of Chandigarh University in Mohali has also been arrested by police. She had reportedly said that she had made videos of some girls and sent them to a youth in Shimla.

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