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Gargi College Girls allege sexual assault by drunken men

News Track En 2020-02-10 12:50:00

Gargi College Students allegedly said that they were sexually assaulted by outsiders. This matter came in light when college students were enjoying annual fest party.

According to the eye witness at college campus, a group of few unmannered, drunk people came inside the Gargi Campus. The fest started in the evening around 6:30 PM.

What’s the matter:

Gargi Girls complained that no one helped them and college administration did not supported them. Gargi College is full women College and that is why matter is at flame. Students told reporters the group of men, they were were 30 to 35 years old came inside the college campus.

Reportedly, Gargi College students were enjoying the Annual Fest “Reverie”.  A student shared her horrifying experience. “The administration did nothing to control it,” she alleged.  The Rapid Action Force personnel were standing right across the campus. They did absolutely nothing. We have visuals.”

The men assaulted women, chasing them all over the campus, Students said. “I could see women, first-year students lying unconscious, unattended on the field. It was medical emergency as well.”

NCW (National Commission For Women) visits Gargi campus to check out the entire matter.

Protest of Gargi student:

Gargi College is full women college. The student of Gargi College started protesting outside the college campus against the administration. Ms. Promila, Principal of Gargi College denied any written complaint from college students. While, all this happening in Gargi College, South Delhi DCP Atul Thakur promised to do complete investigation. DVP said there no official complaint done by college administration or students.

Gargi College and Women safety might me discussed in Parliament: 

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Sanjay Singh has strongly condemned the molestation of college students.He demanded that this matter should be discussed in Upper House of Parliament.

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