Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu: In a distressing incident, seven students from PSG College of Technology in Coimbatore have been apprehended by the police for their alleged involvement in ragging and forcibly shaving the head of a junior student within the same college, as reported by the authorities.
The victim, identified as a first-year student, became the target of the alleged ragging, with the police revealing that all seven accused students are in their second year of study. The accused are said to have engaged in ragging activities and reportedly demanded money from the victim for the purchase of liquor.
The police have registered a First Information Report (FIR) against the seven accused students, signaling the initiation of legal proceedings. The accused students will be produced in court to face charges related to the ragging incident.
In response to the incident, the college management has taken immediate action, suspending all seven students involved in the alleged ragging. The swift response from both law enforcement and the college administration underscores the gravity of the situation and a commitment to ensuring a safe and respectful educational environment.
As legal proceedings unfold, the incident highlights the ongoing challenges of ragging within educational institutions and the importance of stringent measures to prevent and address such incidents. The arrested students now face legal consequences for their alleged involvement in the disturbing act of ragging.