Chandigarh College column: College to remain notice non-showing days on September nineteenth and twentieth.
Chandigarh College experts on Sunday announced September nineteenth and twentieth as non-showing days considering fights occurring inside premises over supposed spilled recordings of ladies washing in restrooms.
The college made this stride considering a huge dissent that broke out on the college premises after a female understudy was found making recordings of without a doubt 60 different young ladies while they were washing
It was asserted that another understudy posted the recordings on YouTube. Not long after this, an immense ruckus was seen against the college executives.
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Police arrived at the spot after they were educated about the situation. According to the underlying test, the matter gives off an impression of being of sharing improper recordings via online entertainment, said cops.
The College said every one of the cell phones and other material has been given over to the police for additional examination. The assertion said Chandigarh College is completely helping out police in the examination.
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The Public Commission for Ladies has looked for an FIR regarding claimed self-destruction endeavors by understudies of a confidential college in Punjab’s Mohali after their ‘recordings’ were ‘spilled’.
The Commission said it has run over different media reports and Twitter posts charging that recordings of young ladies living in an inn of Chandigarh College have been spilled and some of them attempted to take their lives.
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Fights ejected on the grounds of the college over “bits of gossip” that a few questionable recordings of a few ladies’ understudies were recorded. Understudies likewise asserted that the organization was attempting to conceal the instances of suicides.
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