Mangaluru: Seven students arrested in two separate cases of ragging


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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Mar 5: Seven students were arrested in two separate cases of ragging in the city, informed police commissioner N Shashi Kumar.

Addressing media here on Friday, March 5, he said, “Four students were arrested for ragging junior students at private college in Mukka. The arrested are K U Shameel (22) from Mukka, Mohammed Bazil (22) from Baikampady, Sambhram Alva (20) from Mulky and Ashwith N Johnson (21) from Kalpane. All are engineering students of different streams.

“The accused had threatened, abused and behaved in an inhumanly manner with the junior students. On February 26, the issue was taken up in the anti-ragging committee of the college and the accused were proved guilty. Thereafter, accused Shameel, Bazil and Sambhram threatened and assaulted a lecturer after an argument. On March 3, the college dean filed a police complaint regarding four senior students ragging first-year students,” he said.

In another case, three students were arrested in connection to an incident of ragging under Kankanady station limits.

The arrested are Mohammed Adil (20) and Mohammed Nizammudin (20) from Kannur, and Mohammed Riyaz (20) from Calicut.

It is said that nine junior students who were staying in a rented room at Pumpwell Simon Lane, were ragged by the three senior students. The seniors who were staying in the hostel, visited the rented room of the junior students and repeatedly ragged them and threatened them to shave their heads.

Shashi Kumar demanded the concerned authorities of educational institutions to take due measures against ragging.

DCP Hariram Shankar was also present.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • manoj b, Mangalore

    Sun, Mar 07 2021

    These students were involved in the ragging of students of a fresh. please immediate suspension

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  • S Shetty, Tulunaad

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    Such a Shame for Tulunaad and Tuluvaas (mangoreans) These guys take this as a life lesson and start working on them selves, what they have done is utter wrong yerla support malpodchi, aand they deserve a second chance and acceptance if they are willing to change. They yet to start the career like I said they have done wrong but they are students go easy with them. Jai Tulunaad.

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Sat, Mar 06 2021

    But AbVP gang rapist still out on bail

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  • S Dsouza, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Suspend them, don't let them join any other college in this district for the next few years. Infact their records should be kept in Police stations as these are likely to be future criminals or terrorists. Once a bully, always a bully!!! If not made an example of, the lives of other children could be at stake.

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    When parents fail to discipline their kids right from start this is the end result, family background plays a important role, how you raise kids...

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  • Richard, shirva/sharjah

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    suruttu parent nakalna pinkann g radd budodu!! give lot of money and grow them with lavish life lead to all these roudism at study!!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Ragging is a curse in our Colleges ...

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  • Amit, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Strict action should be initiated against the Ragging, because of the ragging many innocent students committing suicides!

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    2nd picture 3rd guy has no guilt feeling look at him these should be publicly ragged by 1st year students so that they can experience their own medicine

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  • Sunil Kumar, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Debar them... Karnataka olpa la seat tikandilaka malple

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  • Rocky, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Its better these should b ragged by junior students infront of other students so they should not repeat it again

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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    Rocky mangalore .thats the wrong to do.Then it beginns from beginning until worst.They should be debarred from college.These look not like engineer students but from Saloon.They must be doing their stdies just for fun.not as serious .

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    In Kerala ragging begins at the age of 5, and continues until the person becomes 95. It is a disease of that state. Only fear of expelling from an educational institute can bring it down a little. But the educational institutes do not want to lose their students.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Mar 05 2021

    95 ???Mangalurian, which way a 95 year old man can be ragged ? Whatever, there may be truth also......Mangalurian, knows the best

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