AP: Medical college students booked for ragging
Kadapa: Seven students of a private medical college were booked on Sunday on the charge of ragging their juniors, police said.
A group of seven students studying MBBS third-year allegedly ragged about five of their juniors on November 22 outside college premises by asking them to remove their shirts, they said.
Following a complaint, Kadapa II Town police registered a case against seven students under the Anti-ragging Act.
However, no one has been arrested so far, a senior police officer told PTI. Further investigations were on.
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