Indore: College continues investigation into ragging incidence

While Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College has already submitted its report to Human Rights Commission regarding the ragging complaint by an anonymous person with the reply of not finding anything substantial, the college administration continued its internal investigation into the matter.

Medical college administration has reported the HRC that no student has come forward with any complaint of ragging incident and the college administration too did not find any such case during preliminary investigation. According to college insiders, college administration has got major lead over the ragging case and they have been continuously investigating into the same.

If college insiders were believed, the ragging incident had taken place in a college hostel during informal introduction of senior and junior students. “They named the informal introduction programme as ‘Funda Free’ in which junior students have to follow the dress code and instructions of senior students for few months. A clash between senior and junior students had taken place during the programme about few days ago after which the complaint was filed by the students,” college sources said.

Meanwhile, Dean of MGM Medical College Dr Jyoti Bindal said, “We didn’t find anything substantial over the complaint. However, we have alerted the HoDs and hostel wardens for the same and will take action if find anything. We have even told the students that their names will not be disclosed if they come and complaint.” A team of police had also reached the college but had to return without any action as no student had come forward to complaint the same.

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