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Madhya Pradesh:  Lady police officer disguises herself as medical student to solve ragging case in Indore

A female police officer posed herself as a medical student and reached out to the government-run Mahatma Gandhi Memorial (MGM) medical college in Madhya Pradesh's Indore to solve a case of ragging reported by a student of that college. 

By wasmulhaq 
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Bhopal: A female police officer posed herself as a medical student and reached out to the government-run Mahatma Gandhi Memorial (MGM) medical college in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore to solve a case of ragging reported by a student of that college.

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According to the police record, a complaint was made by an unnamed student to the University Grants Commission (UGC) helpline, and on July 24, the college administration filed a criminal complaint against unnamed pupils.

Information indicates that a complaint regarding the incident was sent via the UGC helpline number, but the names of the culprits were missing.

Two constables were deployed as canteen workers to the college to help solve the crime, and another female officer was recruited to pretend to be a nurse. A detailed investigation has not only revealed the crime, but it has also helped the police identify the 11 students accused of ragging, according to the official.

The report revealed that a few seniors were allegedly involved in ragging with their juniors in different manners, such as by performing some obscene acts and so on. The moment the name of the accused students was exposed, the college administration took stern action and suspended them for three months from the college.

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“Notices were circulated to the accused under relevant provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), and they were asked to appear in court when the charge sheet was submitted.”

 

 

 

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