Case booked against 2 PG students of Kozhikode Medical College for ragging


Kozhikode: Police registered a case against two PG students in connection with the incident of ragging a fellow student at Kozhikode Govt medical college.

Dr Hariharan and Dr Mohammad Sajid were booked under the Prohibition of Ragging Act for allegedly ragging a first-year PG student of the college. Meanwhile, both were suspended on Sunday.

The complainant alleged that he was mentally abused and made to do overtime work. Following the events, the complainant, a native of Kollam, dropped out of Kozhikode Medical College and moved to another college.

Meanwhile, the student lodged a complaint with the authorities before leaving the medical college. The college's anti-ragging committee then investigated the complaint. Following the investigation, two senior students were suspended for six months. Later, the medical college principal handed over the complaint to the police.



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