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Kundapur: Junior student harassed again, kept under house arrest by warden, seniors


Silvester D’ Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, Nov 8: Jyotsna who was assaulted by senior students and a hostel warden on Monday was once again harassed and kept under house arrest on Wednesday November 7 by them.

It is learnt that police had visited the college on Wednesday following a complaint by Jyotsna and conducted investigations. Therefore the anguished warden forced Jyotsna to write a letter that she will leave the hostel and kept her in house arrest.

Kundapur Mahila Santwana Kendra president Radhadas, who got the information, visited the college with the help of Kundapur police. They conducted discussions with college chairman Madhusudhan in the presence of student’s uncle Bhaskar Babu and mother Laxmi Chandra. Now they have agreed that the student will continue studies by staying in a paying guest accommodation.



Details of incident

Jyotsna a junior student of Canara ECR College was admitted in the hospital after assaulted by her seniors and hostel warden. Jyotsna (20), a second year BCA aviation student is the daughter of Maddali Laty hailing from Andhra Pradesh. The suspects of the assaults are hostel warden Anisha and third year BCA students Malu Karishma, Atheemoole, Arya and Sanu.

Junior students have alleged that senior students and the warden have been harassing them almost on a daily basis. Jyotsna was assaulted as she opposed them. Jyotsna had submitted a written complaint to college chairman about the harassment in the college stating that she will leave the hostel. The chairman had reportedly assured that he will conduct investigation after calling their parents. The warden and the senior students who were anguished because of the complaint had allegedly assaulted Jyotsna when she in the hostel room on Monday night, November 5.

Jyotsna was admitted to a private hospital at Koteshwar. Kundapur police are conducting investigation.


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  • Lenet, Mangaluru

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    It is sad that although we have anti-ragging committees in colleges, sections in IPC, the menace of ragging is prevelant. Moreover, majority of ragging victims remain silent and bear the torture. Hostels are the worst dens for ragging. Especially when students have annual sports meet or any special events, students are being forced to participate and are being ragged by the senior students.
    Those who are found guilty should be severely tried under IPC and immediately stern action needs to be taken.
    Anti-ragging helplines should be set up and whistle blowers should be encouraged to report crime. Whistle blowers names should be kept confidential, only then people will report the cases. Action should also be taken against colleges who do not report the incident to the Police

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  • Viraj, Kundapur

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Really shameful. The warden and senior students should be punished.

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Utter insult of law and order. Why Jyotsna should leave hostel and stay in PG accommodation ? Police and school management are allowing the warden and senior students to unleash terror on junior students. Where is anti ragging law?
    I think none of them are Kannadigas.

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  • Felix, Mangalore

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Sack the warden immediately.

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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Why no arrests demand by ABVP ?
    Andar ki baat hai?

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    What the school administration is not doing anything in this serious moral matter

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  • James Philip D sa, Belman/Kuwait

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Better she leaves the college and continue her studies else where. Life is more important than education. I have read many such stories of hostel ragging and harassing the junior students and was ignored by the parents as well as the police department. later the students committed suicides. I wish that the student leaves the college and hostel for good.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Chaitra Kundapur is the role model

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  • Mamatha, Mangalore

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Chitra Kundapura or Rashmi Kundapura,.?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Nov 8 2018

    Now these Rogues need Helicopter Shots ...

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