Five arrested over St Paul's College ragging case
Kolkata: Kolkata police have arrested all the five accused who were named in the FIR in connection with the St Paul's College case.
They have been identified as Arnab Ghosh, Abdul Qayum Mollah, Sk Inamul Haque, Avijit Doloi and
The FIR registered with the Amherst Street police had named St Paul's students Arnab Ghosh and Avijit Doloi, clerk Ananta Pramanik, and TMC leaders
Abdul Qayum Mollah and Sheikh Inamul Haq for ragging and making a nude video of a junior student in college premises.
It may be mentioned here that state Education minister Partha Chattarejee instructed the college authorities to take prompt action against those responsible behind the incident.
Chatterjee had sent out a strong message that none of the culprits would be spared in this ragging case.
The incident not only embarrassed the institution but also made the students scared. The college authorities, however, took a stringent action against the students and rusticated them.
The incident took place on May 17 when the junior student was stripped naked and beaten on camera for allegedly asking about the expenditure of a certain
The video went viral, triggering furore across the state. The college authority lodged a complaint with the police and set up an internal inquiry board to probe the matter.
Following a probe, the college authorities rusticated students Arnab Ghosh and Avijit Doloi, and sacked Ananta Pramanik earlier this week.
The college authorities have now mandated ID cards after it was found that among the accused two were not even college students.