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Alleged involvement of ragging
Guntur, July 21, 2007
The Acharya Nagarjuna University suspended four postgraduate students from the University college and hostel for alleged involvement of ragging a first semester student. The victim's alleged that the three seniors, inmates of the women's hostel had forcibly asked her to sing and dance in presence of a large gathering in the hostel on July 18.
She was disturbed psychologically and got treated in the Government General Hospital and complained to the College Principal MK Durga Prasad who in turn took the matter to the Anti Ragging Committee
The Committee decided to hand down punishment to the four inmates of suspension of one week from the college and hostel for a week with a condition that they would rejoin in the presence of their parents after giving an undertaking that such kind of ragging would not be repeated such practices in future.
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