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Suicide notice by Lovely Professional University scholar names Kerala professor

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CHANDIGARH: Days after Chandigarh University in Punjab’s Mohali district noticed widespread agitation by college students over the alleged “leaked objectionable videos”, an enormous protest broke out in one other non-public college within the state — Lovely Professional University (LPU) — after a scholar allegedly died by suicide in his hostel room.

As per the suicide notice, the scholar mentioned he was taking the intense step owing to non-public issues he confronted in his earlier establishment at NIT Calicut, the place he studied for 2 years.

The deceased 21-year-old male scholar of first 12 months hailed from Kerala.

The deceased blamed a professor of NIT Calicut in his suicide notice, saying, “I blame Prof Prasad Krishna for emotionally manipulating me into quitting NIT. I regret my decision so much. I am being a burden to everyone. I am sorry but this is it.”

The deceased was a scholar of NIT Calicut and had apparently left the institute and joined LPU.

Meanwhile, after in a single day protests, issues are returning to regular on the LPU campus with college students attending courses and taking exams.

The protesting college students alleged that this was the second suicide reported on the campus on the outskirts of Jalandhar metropolis up to now 10 days.

Amid heavy police deployment, the protesting college students demanded to know the rationale behind each the suicide instances.

They additionally claimed that the information concerning the first suicide had gone unreported because the college authorities settled the problem ” within the closed doors”.

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Jaspreet Singh, instructed the media, “We received information about the suicide of the first-year student of the university at around 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday following which a police team was rushed to the varsity for investigation which sealed the spot.”

As the information concerning the suicide unfold, college students gathered in giant numbers late on Tuesday elevating “we want justice” slogans. They demanded an intensive investigation into the matter. The police needed to resort to delicate lathi cost to disperse the protesting college students.

LPU mentioned in an announcement: “We are saddened to share the information of the unlucky incident, the place one in all our college students has ended his life. Police is investigating the matter and from the suicide notice recovered from the scholar, he took this excessive step due to private issues he confronted in his earlier establishment at NIT Calicut (Kerala), the place he studied for 2 years.

“Yesterday, because of the lack of information, there was a misunderstanding among the other fellow students that led to unrest on the university campus late evening. Police and university authorities have clarified the whole situation to the students. Now there is calm in the university, all students are now peacefully attending the classes as well as taking examinations.”

The DSP investigating the case mentioned that prima facie, the deceased scholar was having some private points, as has been recommended within the suicide notice.

“The parents of the student have been informed, who are reaching the university. Further investigation is underway,” he mentioned.

Ashok Mittal, the Chancellor of LPU, is AAP’s Rajya Sabha member from Punjab.

Set up in 2005, the LPU is without doubt one of the largest non-public universities in India with greater than 30,000 college students, together with abroad college students.

The incident got here 4 days after protests rocked the Chandigarh University campus after some college students claimed {that a} hosteller had recorded a number of objectionable movies of feminine college students within the washroom.

As the matter drew indignant political reactions, Chandigarh University authorities clarified that “no videos were found of any student which are objectionable, except a personal video shot by a girl which she shared with her boyfriend”.

Punjab DGP Gaurav Yadav on Monday constituted a three-member all-women Special Investigating Team (SIT), below the supervision of Additional DGP Gurpreet Deo, to research the allegations levelled by Chandigarh University hostellers.

CHANDIGARH: Days after Chandigarh University in Punjab’s Mohali district noticed widespread agitation by college students over the alleged “leaked objectionable videos”, an enormous protest broke out in one other non-public college within the state — Lovely Professional University (LPU) — after a scholar allegedly died by suicide in his hostel room.

As per the suicide notice, the scholar mentioned he was taking the intense step owing to non-public issues he confronted in his earlier establishment at NIT Calicut, the place he studied for 2 years.

The deceased 21-year-old male scholar of first 12 months hailed from Kerala.

The deceased blamed a professor of NIT Calicut in his suicide notice, saying, “I blame Prof Prasad Krishna for emotionally manipulating me into quitting NIT. I regret my decision so much. I am being a burden to everyone. I am sorry but this is it.”

The deceased was a scholar of NIT Calicut and had apparently left the institute and joined LPU.

Meanwhile, after in a single day protests, issues are returning to regular on the LPU campus with college students attending courses and taking exams.

The protesting college students alleged that this was the second suicide reported on the campus on the outskirts of Jalandhar metropolis up to now 10 days.

Amid heavy police deployment, the protesting college students demanded to know the rationale behind each the suicide instances.

They additionally claimed that the information concerning the first suicide had gone unreported because the college authorities settled the problem ” within the closed doors”.

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Jaspreet Singh, instructed the media, “We received information about the suicide of the first-year student of the university at around 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday following which a police team was rushed to the varsity for investigation which sealed the spot.”

As the information concerning the suicide unfold, college students gathered in giant numbers late on Tuesday elevating “we want justice” slogans. They demanded an intensive investigation into the matter. The police needed to resort to delicate lathi cost to disperse the protesting college students.

LPU mentioned in an announcement: “We are saddened to share the information of the unlucky incident, the place one in all our college students has ended his life. Police is investigating the matter and from the suicide notice recovered from the scholar, he took this excessive step due to private issues he confronted in his earlier establishment at NIT Calicut (Kerala), the place he studied for 2 years.

“Yesterday, because of the lack of information, there was a misunderstanding among the other fellow students that led to unrest on the university campus late evening. Police and university authorities have clarified the whole situation to the students. Now there is calm in the university, all students are now peacefully attending the classes as well as taking examinations.”

The DSP investigating the case mentioned that prima facie, the deceased scholar was having some private points, as has been recommended within the suicide notice.

“The parents of the student have been informed, who are reaching the university. Further investigation is underway,” he mentioned.

Ashok Mittal, the Chancellor of LPU, is AAP’s Rajya Sabha member from Punjab.

Set up in 2005, the LPU is without doubt one of the largest non-public universities in India with greater than 30,000 college students, together with abroad college students.

The incident got here 4 days after protests rocked the Chandigarh University campus after some college students claimed {that a} hosteller had recorded a number of objectionable movies of feminine college students within the washroom.

As the matter drew indignant political reactions, Chandigarh University authorities clarified that “no videos were found of any student which are objectionable, except a personal video shot by a girl which she shared with her boyfriend”.

Punjab DGP Gaurav Yadav on Monday constituted a three-member all-women Special Investigating Team (SIT), below the supervision of Additional DGP Gurpreet Deo, to research the allegations levelled by Chandigarh University hostellers.