Three medical college students suspended for alleged ragging in Uttarakhand, juniors claim otherwise
The students of 2019 batch who alleged ragging withdrew their claims stating that it was confrontation over making assignment files of the resident doctors.
Students from 2019 batch of MBBS course have written to an anti-ragging cell of medical council of India describing in detail tales of atrocities inflicted on them by a junior resident doctor.
The complaint was received in October from the juniors citing that seniors are abusive who bother them unnecessarily.
A 23-year-old student of Dr M L Dhawale Memorial Homoeopathic Institute in Maharashtra's Palghar district alleged that she was ragged by a group of seniors while preparing for a college event.
In 142 cases, enquiry is still on while in others, either action has been taken or complaints have been withdrawn.
The deceased has been identified as Gagan, who hailed from Mallasandra near Gauribidanuru of Chikkaballapur district. He was studying first year BSc in the UAS.
Prof Mishra said they would inform New Delhi cell that it was not a case of ragging and just a brawl between students, which had taken place outside the hostel of the institution.