Four medical students booked for ragging
Ghaziabad: Police have registered cases
against four MBBS third year students for their alleged
involvement in a case of ragging at a private medical college
The students, including one Nitin, were booked under the
state anti-ragging act on a complaint filed by the victim
Atshay Yadav, a second year student of Santosh Medical
College, who accused them of physically torturing him in the
hostel on February 22 and 23, police said.
Medical examination of the victim is being conducted and
and further probe into the matter is on, they said.
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