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HomeIndiaBhubaneswar student thrashed by seniors | Bhubaneswar News

Bhubaneswar student thrashed by seniors | Bhubaneswar News


BHUBANESWAR: Plus II second year students of the BJB Higher Secondary School here on Wednesday thrashed a first year science student over an altercation on a silly matter. Senior students from Arts and Science streams came in a group to attack the junior student in the campus.
Two videos related to this thrashing incident were widely circulated in the social media. In these videos, it was seen that a group of five students were beating the junior student by using abusive language. Some other students were also supporting them.
Official sources said a group of Plus II second year students opposed a junior student’s friendship with a junior girl student at the school three days ago. But both the junior students were friends from their school time. The boy had discussed the issue with Plus III first year students a few days ago.
The Plus III students had cautioned the Plus II second year students not to quarrel with the junior boy. This caution had irked the senior Plus II students. On Wednesday, they attacked a junior boy.
Ranjan Kumar Bal, principal of the higher secondary school, said it was not a ragging case. “We will hold a meeting on this issue on Thursday and take action against the students for attacking the junior student,” he added.
Parents of the junior student lodged a complaint with the Badagada police. “So far there is no indication of ragging in this case. The Commissionerate Police have started investigation into the matter after registering a case in the matter,” said Bhubaneswar DCP Prateek Singh.
In July last year, a Plus III first year student Ruchika Mohanty had died by suicide at the girls’ hostel of BJB Autonomous College. This alleged case of ragging had rocked the state.





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