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Mohali Video Scandal: DIG met the students, said – it is necessary to have faith from both sides, appeals for peace


DIG Bhullar met the protesting students late on Sunday night.
DIG Bhullar said that it is necessary to have trust from both sides.
So far, three people have been arrested by the police in connection with the making of the video.

Chandigarh. The case of making videos of girl students bathing in a hostel of a private college of Chandigarh University in Punjab has gained momentum. Along with the state government, the police are also appealing to the students for peace. At the same time, since last Saturday night, protests and ruckus are going on in the campus. Meanwhile, DIG GS Bhullar has convinced the protesting students that the police is cooperating. He said that we will keep coming to your place. There needs to be trust from both sides. During this, the DIG kept trying to pacify the protesting students. While talking to the media, he said that the matter is of communication gap. We are making it clear time and again. We are assuring the students that the law is being followed, all legal procedures are being done.

At the same time, Mohali DC Amit Talwar said that no information about suicide has come to the fore. This is a rumor that has been spread. We have not got any information that suicide has happened. Students of a private university in Punjab’s Mohali staged a massive protest over ‘rumours’ that a hostel student made ‘objectionable’ videos of several other girl students, following which Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Sunday ordered an inquiry into the matter. orders have been given. After preliminary investigation, the police arrested a student. Apart from this, a 23-year-old youth has been arrested from Himachal Pradesh, who is being told as 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.

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. (from input language)

Tags: Chandigarh, Punjab

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