New Delhi: A day after the three medical students were found dead inside a well adjacent to their college in Viluppuram , the college campus witnessed massive protests from the parents and locals. The protesters demanded action against the college Chairman and other who were responsible for forcing the girls to take the step.
It has come to light from the suicide note of the three medical students - V Priyanka, E Saranya, T Monisha of the SSV College of Naturopathy and Yoga Sciences were subjected to mental torture by abusive language from the college Chairman. The girls also complained about lack of basic facilities in the college even after extorting huge fee from their parents.
It is believed that the girls were upset about their future even if they managed to clear the exams and get a certificate from this college which lacked basic facilities like an operation theatre, morgue, labs and any practical exposure.
In their suicide note, the girls said, "This college is collecting enormous fees. They did not even give us receipt for the payments. There are no classes and studies as compared to the amount of fee they are charging us. We have no teachers to teach us."
The girls also accused their college chairman Vasuki Subramanian of humiliating them by using foul language against them.
"Out families are under huge stress since we joined this college. College chairman Vasuki (Subramanian) always abuse us calling us ‘criminals’. We have been suffering here in this college," said the suicide note.
The three student of the SSV College of Naturopathy and Yoga Sciences at Viluppuram in Tamil Nadu were found dead inside a well outside their college building on Sunday morning. The suicide note recovered near the well alleged the college authorities for forcing the girls to take the extreme step.