Sensitive Videos of Chandigarh University Hostel Students' Leaked, Accused Arrested

Sensitive Videos of Chandigarh University Hostel Students’ Leaked, Accused Arrested

Huge protests by students have broken out at Chandigarh University after a student allegedly leaked the sensitive videos of her hostel mates online! An FIR has been registered on the accused girl, and she has been taken into custody for questioning.

Meanwhile, reports of several affected students committing suicides have been circulating online – all are quashed by the police and University management. Several ministers and prominent people have urged the relevant authorities to take serious action on the concerned matter.

Leaking Private Videos Online of CU Students

Since late Saturday, students of Chandigarh University have started protesting in huge numbers at the campus – regarding a girl student leaking private videos of her hostel mates online!

The accused was said to be studying MBA (1st year) at Chandigarh University and had sent videos of around 60 girls taking baths in the hostel – to a boy in Shimla, who then shared them on social media. Since the content being public, several affected students have reportedly tried committed suicide.

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But this was soon quashed by the college management, and police said that no deaths or attempts of suicides were recorded yet, as per their medical records. Asking people not to pay attention to such rumors, Mohali police chief Vivek Soni told ANI;

“It’s a matter of a video being shot by a girl student and circulated … Forensic evidence is being collected. So far, no attempts to (die by) suicide have been reported. Medical records of students have been taken on record.”

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Soon, the police registered a case against the accused girl under Sections 354 c of the IPC and IT act at the Gharuan police post. While there were no suicides yet, the University management said that one girl was hospitalized after being fainted from the leak, but her condition is now stable.

As students demand justice from huge protests, the Punjab State Women Commission Chairperson Manisha Gulati said that an investigation is underway. The state’s Minister of School Education, Harjot Singh Bains, has asked the protesters to keep calm and assured that the guilty would not be spared.

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