New Delhi: On Tuesday, May 31, Students Federation of India alleged that three students of Ramjas College here were brutally attacked by “hooligans” inside the campus and demanded strict action against the culprits. However, Ramjas College Principal Manoj Khanna said he had not received any complaint regarding the incident..
The Students Federation of India said that the students, who are SFI activists, were “verbally and physically” abused by some people following an argument. They have been identified as Akhil, Sachin and Aman — all third-year students. They have suffered injuries in the incident.
The Students Federation of India said in a statement, “SFI Delhi condemns the lack of student safety in campus spaces, and also the hooliganism demonstrated in Ramjas college today. We demand immediate and stringent action upon the perpetrators.” They alleged that the college guards also refused to act, and stood as mere spectators. “The attackers, who are suspected to be not bonafide students of Ramjas, were given free entry into the campus, and were allowed to leave through the college gate after beating up the final year UG students, with no consequences,” the statement added.