Udaipur : A local court on Thursday ordered judicial custody for three nursing students who allegedly tortured their juniors for five hours. The victims who were first year students of nursing college affliated to the government RNT medical college, Udaipur were forced to drink, undress and dance while the seniors jeered at them. ” Three of the accused have been sent to judicial custody while we are in search for the fourth one who is absconding.” Harendra Sauda, Circle Inspector Bhupalpura police station told Udaipur Kiran.
The accused have been identified as Giriraj Chhangani resident of Jaisalmer (21), Mohit Kumawat from Nagaur (20) and Udit Garg ro Hindaun city, Karauli (20). A third year student Sunil Sharma is at run. The accused have been arrested under sections 323, 327, 504 and 506 of the IPC. Meanwhile, the medical college authorities too have taken disciplinary action against the students who have been suspended for six months and been slapped with a penalty of 25 thousand rupees each. ” We got a complaint from a first year student who hails from Jodhpur. The complainant said that on Monday he was sitting with his three friends in Bhupalpura area when Udit, a second year student came and asked all the juniors to assemble at Mohit’s rented room nearby.
When the students went there , the seniors were drinking. There were alcohol bottles in the room and the victims were forced to drink and later asked to take off their clothes” the officer informed. The seniors allegedly forced them to make dirty moves while dancing and were hit on their back. When the juniors refused, the accused threatened to thrash them.The ragging continued for some five hours and the boys were allowed to leave the room past midnight. On Tuesday, one of the student mustered courage and informed the incident to the police. An enquiry committe was constituted by the medical college which submitted its report to the Principal. ” All the four accused have been suspended for six months and fined with 25 thousand rupees each” Dr SK Verma, office superintendent of the nursing college said.