Ragging video from Kota Medical College goes viral, probe on | Jaipur News – Times of India

KOTA: A video of senior students of Kota Medical College ragging the first year MBBS students in the backyard of the college went viral on Monday afternoon on social media platforms and local WhatsApp groups, creating uproar in the administrative galleries of the college and Kota collector office.
The video prompted the district collector to direct medical college management to probe into the matter and to submit factual report soon. In compliance, KMC principal, ordered the anti-ragging committee of the college to visit the spot and begin probe. However, the committee is likely to submit its report on Wednesday.
In the video clip, around 30-35 students are seen standing with their heads bowed down and holding hands at the back, while around 8-10 others, who are believed to be senior students, command them to follow various instructions. The video suggested the alleged ragging was underway in backyard of college campus. The youth, who shot the video, claimed the seniors also slapped the juniors and forced them to stand in the ‘murga’ posture, while a few of them were allegedly forced to take off their pants. However these claims were not visible in the video.
After the video surfaced on Monday evening, they instantly sent two additional principals and one academic in-charge to the spot where the ragging was supposed to have taken place and the officials reached the spot within minutes to take stock of situation but there was no sign of such activity and the presence of the students, said principal of the KMC, Dr Vijay Sardana.
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