Freshers allege torture, being forced to watch porn by senior students of NLIU in MP

The statements of the two freshers have already been recorded and they alleged that they were forced to watch porn and act obscenely. 

Published: 22nd July 2017 08:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd July 2017 10:52 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

BHOPAL: Torture, ragging and forcibly made to watch porn are the allegations levelled by two freshers of the National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal against their seniors. Of the three seniors accused, college officials say one of them does not exist.

The statements of the two freshers who lodged complaints with the UGC anti-ragging helpline on July 18 and July 20 have already been recorded. They alleged that they were forced to watch porn and act obscenely. 

One of the male complainants has in his complaint said a female senior was "molesting me again and again. Two days ago she was drunk and forced me to have sex with her. I got away anyhow but don't think I'll always be saved."

However, NLIU director Prof SS Singh, while confirming that complaints have been forwarded by the UGC Helpline to the university said not everything in the complaints is true. He also said one of the accused students does not exist. 

"A probe has been ordered and the hostel warden and proctorial board are investigating the complaints," Singh said on Saturday. 

The concerned junior students have also alleged regular torture by some seniors.

One of the complainants mentions “last day, a senior forced me to watch porn again and again till 5 am and abused me repeatedly. Please help me. Seniors are not letting us study.”

The victims of the alleged ragging have named three seniors in the complaints lodged with the UGC Anti-ragging helpline.

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