The recent Chandigarh university news has triggered a debate among politicians and women activists. In a tweet, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said that the incident was “shameful” and demanded exemplary punishment for the culprits. Akali Dal leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal has called on CM Mann to delete the objectionable videos and the National Commission for Women has demanded a thorough investigation into the case.
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Several women students fainted in anticipation of the protest
A protest at a Chandigarh university last month turned violent, with several students fainting in fear that they would be shown objectionable videos. The police fired tear gas shells and shot four youths, one of whom was missing. The number of those in safe custody rose to 29,000, according to the local NGO. During the year, many people were confined to prisons for a short period of time but not arrested. There were several incidents of vigilante justice against women, but the law had limited effect.
Several women students attempted suicide
A video of female students taking a bath went viral on social media. A Shimla-based student shared the video on social media and it soon went viral. It led to several students attempting suicide after seeing the videos. A police investigation has been launched and the girl student accused of sharing the videos was arrested.
The girl student, a first-year MBA student at the University, was arrested and is under investigation. Police believe she sold the videos to earn money. The girl has been questioned over the incident and her mobile phone and electronic devices were seized and sent for forensic examination. The police said the girl in question had admitted to sending the videos to her friends, but have yet to determine whether the other students viewed the videos.
Chandigarh university girl student accused of leaking videos
The Chandigarh university girl student accused of leak videos is being investigated by the police. She was a student in her first year of business administration. Her videos have gone viral on social media. She had allegedly leaked nude videos of her hostel bath. After the leak, eight students tried to commit suicide. However, the university has denied these reports.
The incident has been taken seriously by the National Commission for Women. A letter has been sent to the vice-chancellor of Chandigarh University by the commission. The state women’s commission has also been informed about the matter. The women commission chairperson, Manisha Gulati, has visited the university and assured the parents of the accused that they will not spare them.
Chandigarh university to organize mega health check-up camp
The Chandigarh university and the NID Foundation have joined forces to organize a mega health check-up camp. The aim of the camp is to provide free health checkups to the citizens of Chandigarh. The camp will also have a special screening for seven types of cancer.
The camp will include different health services including cancer detection, eye-screening, dental check-up, and general health check-up. The clinic will also include a child health camp and a camp for senior citizens. In addition to these health checkups, the clinic will also offer sewing, baking, and cooking training.
A number of medical practitioners will be available at the camp, including the Joshi Foundation, which has been working for the past five years to provide free health care. The health camp will also feature a COVID vaccination drive and a physiotherapy session. A tree-planting campaign will also be conducted in the area.