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Meerut: College mates on trip to Agra harass Muslim girl as she said no to BJP cap

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Meerut: College mates on trip to Agra harass Muslim girl as she said no to BJP cap

A 22-year-old Muslim law student alleged that she was harassed and touched inappropriately by her college mates after she refused to wear Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) cap in a bus during a trip to Agra. She suggested that she was “targeted” because of her religion.

Taking it to the micro-blogging site Twitter, Umam Khanam, student of Dewan Law College in Meerut, narrated her ordeal claiming that the two male teachers accompanying the group of 55 students on April 1 did nothing to protect her.

In a series of tweets posted on Tuesday night, the woman had stated, “I went for a college trip to Agra, i was the only single Muslim student out of the 55 students. We had 4 faculty members out of which 2 were male members. The students got drunk and made me their target. They bought some stuff like caps of BJP etc. and they were forcing me to wear that when i refused then they started misbehaving with me…”


As per the reports, college has rusticated two students, Amit Singh and Ankur Verma, based on the written complaint.

About the action against Singh and Sharma, a college official said, “We took the case on its merit and immediately rusticated the two accused. One of them happens to be a friend of the victim. But we don’t know what happened. It is hard to confirm the sequence of events, and we can only rely on her testimony.”

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