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Tired of ragging, Dibrugarh University student jumps from second floor of hostel, condition critical

Ragging Case: A case of ragging has come to light in Assam’s Dibrugarh University. Fed up with ragging here, a student jumped from the second floor of the hostel. Student Anand Sarma is said to be seriously injured. At the same time, the Assam Police has arrested five people in this case.

Anand Sarma has been admitted to the nearest hospital with serious injuries. Anand was currently kept under the supervision of doctors. The Dibrugarh police registered a case on the complaint of the student’s family members and arrested one former and four current students. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has appealed to the students to “say no to ragging”.

Anti-ragging task force started investigation

CM Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted that a student of Dibrugarh University has suffered serious injuries in an alleged case of ragging. Strict action is being taken in the matter. All the accused are being interrogated. At the same time, the victim Anand Sarma is being given medical care in every way. University authorities, including the Anti-Ragging Task Force, have taken note of the incident and have initiated an inquiry into the earlier incidents.

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Victim’s mother made serious allegations

According to sources, the victim’s mother Sarita Sharma has made very serious allegations in her complaint to the police. He told that ragging was done with his son. Harassed mentally and physically. Along with this, an attempt was also made to kill him. He was robbed of money and forced to take objectionable photographs by giving liquor and ganja. The Dibrugarh police have registered a case under criminal conspiracy, wrongful restraint of a person, dacoity and attempt to murder in this case.

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