Police on Monday hurled sticks at nursing students who passed out of a private college in Rajasthan’s Udaipur. During this time some students suffered serious injuries. The police did not spare even the students during this time. The injured students were admitted to the hospital. The incident took place at the private Pacific Institute of Medical Sciences in Umra.
“Even after nearly two years of passing, we have not been given the RN (registration number). Every day college is misleading us. Tarun Garg, a student, said, “If you do not pay the college fees on time, then they will not allow them to sit for the exam. A fine had to be paid for a small mistake. I have been wandering for RN numbers for two years now. No one is listening to us. “
According to the news of Dainik Bhaskar, the students started the sit-in at around 8 am to press for their demand. Around 400 students from Jalore, Jaipur, Kota, Pali, Beawar and Udaipur gathered here. Meanwhile, the college administration went to the students and gave assurances many times as before. According to the news, about 10:30 constables from Deer Magri police station reached the spot. An hour later, the police arrived. As soon as they arrived, they started throwing sticks at the students.
During this time, about 15 students suffered injuries in the body. Of these, students Dheeraj Kataria and Dalpat Chaudhary were admitted immediately. Dalpat was discharged a little later. Dheeraj is still admitted. Two students fell unconscious on the spot due to police lathi charge. Fellow students gave them water. Then they took it away.
A video of the incident also surfaced. At the same time, after the video surfaced, the police tweeted and wrote – There was a demonstration by the students regarding the registration number, this was explained by the police administration and the college administration. Nothing like clashes or lathi-charge took place. There is peace on the spot.
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