India News |  Four students of medical college in Himachal expelled for harassing juniors
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India News | Four students of medical college in Himachal expelled for harassing juniors


Dharamsala (HP), Jun 11 (PTI) Some MBBS students of a government college in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, were allegedly ragged, abused and beaten up by their seniors, following which four senior medical trainees were expelled, according to a statement on Tuesday.

A statement issued by the Tanda Medical College (TMC) said that on the evening of June 5, senior students called the MBBS trainee doctors to room number 108 of the boys’ hostel and abused and beat them up. Later, the younger students filed a complaint with the State Medical Commission.

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An inquiry conducted by the university’s anti-ragging committee found four senior trainee doctors, Arun Sood, Siddhant Yadav, Ragvendra Bhardwaj and Bhavani Shankar, batches of 2019 and 2022, guilty, TMC director Dr Milap Sharma said.

Based on the preliminary inquiry report, the college management expelled two senior trainees for one year and fined them Rs 1 lakh each, while the remaining two were expelled for six months and fined Rs 50,000 each, the principal said.

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According to the statement, fines must be paid within seven days.

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