At Varanasi’s BHUIIT, the atmosphere is heated after the student was molested. Thousands of female students are raising voice against molestation. Students are constantly raising their voices on various demands. Now in this matter the victim student has recorded her statement before the magistrate under section 161. In the statement, the victim said that the accused not only molested her but also tried to gang rape her by removing her clothes at gunpoint. In this statement, the police have now handed over the investigation from Crime Inspector Sahajanand Srivastava to Lanka Police Station In-charge Shivkanth Mishra.
Inspector Lanka Shivkanth Mishra will now look into the matter and submit his report to the higher authorities concerned. The police are taking a strict approach and are conducting continuous raids by forming around 6 teams.
Students are demanding the arrest of the accused.
Simultaneously, IIT students took out a march in front of the director’s office in Syria. All of them demand that those who molested the IIT student should be arrested. The angry students say that the accused were not arrested within the time given by the administration and the university, due to which they are protesting and will continue their protest until they are arrested.
Students are protesting
Students lose faith in police, demand CBI investigation
The protesting students say that they feel there are some lapses on the part of the police due to which the accused are not being arrested. Their trust in the police is decreasing. He said that the police should tell if they have the ability to solve this case. If the matter is not being resolved by them, then transfer it to CBI.
The miscreants choked the student and took her to a corner.
Let us tell you that on the night of November 1, a student of BHU IIT was taken to a corner by three miscreants on a motorcycle and took her video and photo after stripping her. It is alleged that the miscreants held the girl hostage for about 15 minutes. After that, they fled with her mobile number.
(Reporting by Ashwini Tripathi)