Those that posted objectionable movies of Chandigarh College woman college students will get strictest punishment, says Kejriwal
New Delhi, September 18
Delhi Chief Minister and AAP nationwide convener Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday stated these concerned in posting “objectionable” movies of woman college students of a college in Punjab on social media will get the strictest punishment.
College students of a personal college in Punjab’s Mohali held a protest on the campus after movies of a number of woman college students had been posted on social media, police stated.
A lady pupil, who was concerned in sharing the movies on-line, has been apprehended. She had made movies of some women and despatched these to a youth in Shimla who allegedly uploaded these on social media, they stated.
चंडीगढ़ यूनिवर्सिटी में एक लड़की ने कई छात्राओं के आपत्तिजनक वीडियो रिकॉर्ड करके Viral किए हैं। ये बेहद संगीन और शर्मनाक है। इसमें शामिल सभी दोषियों को कड़ी से कड़ी सजा मिलेगी। पीड़ित बेटियाँ हिम्मत रखें। हम सब आपके साथ हैं। सभी संयम से काम लें।
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 18, 2022
In a tweet in Hindi, Kejriwal stated, “In Chandigarh College, a girl recorded objectionable movies of girls college students and made them viral. That is very severe (matter) and shameful. These concerned will get the strictest punishment. The victims ought to keep robust. We’re with you. Everybody ought to stay affected person.”
Police stated an investigation into the matter was underway. Aam Aadmi Occasion (AAP) is in energy in Punjab.
I humbly request all the scholars of Chandigarh College to stay calm, nobody responsible will probably be spared.
It’s a really delicate matter & pertains to dignity of our sisters & daughters.
All of us together with media ought to be very very cautious,additionally it is check of ours now as a society.
— Harjot Singh Bains (@harjotbains) September 18, 2022
Punjab Minister for Faculty Schooling Harjot Singh Bains requested the scholars of the college to remain calm and warranted them that the responsible is not going to be spared.
“It’s a delicate matter and considerations the dignity of our sisters and daughters. All of us, together with the media, ought to be very cautious. Additionally it is a check of ours as a society,” Bains stated in a tweet.