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Ragging case registered against two JNTU students

A junior allegedly was made to take off his shirt and beaten up by his seniors in one of the hostel in the JNTU campus. A case has been registered by the police against two senior students.

Published: 01st December 2016 01:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st December 2016 05:12 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A junior allegedly was made to take off his shirt and beaten up by his seniors in one of the hostel in the JNTU campus. A case has been registered by the police against two senior students.

The two second year students of engineering — Sai Surya Teja and Nirbhay — allegedly beat up the victim Raghavendra, a first year student, for failing to complete an assignment given by them. Raghavendra is a civil engineering student and stays at Kinnera hostel at JNTU.

According to DCP Madhapur Vishwa Prasad, the incident took place on November 28.
“Raghvendra, a native of Wanaparthi, did not inform anyone soon after the incident. Later, he narrated the incident to his elder brother who is pursuing his post-graduation at JNTU. When the issue was brought to light, the JNTU anti-ragging committee conducted a probe and will take action against the two accused,” said Vishwa Prasad.

A case has been registered against Sai and Nirbhay under section 4 (clause 1) of the Telangana Prohibition of Ragging Act (1987) and notices have been served to them.

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