Shocking incident leading to expulsion of senior medical students in Himachal Pradesh
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Shocking incident leading to expulsion of senior medical students in Himachal Pradesh

In a disturbing turn of events, MBBS students of a government college in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh faced severe attacks from their seniors. According to a statement issued by Tanda Medical College (TMC) on Tuesday, the incident took place on the evening of June 5.

Older students allegedly called their younger friends to room 108 in the boys’ dormitory, where they began to abuse and physically attack them. The traumatized younger students then filed a complaint with the National Medical Board.

An investigation by the university’s anti-ragging committee revealed that four senior trainee doctors – Arun Sood, Siddhant Yadav, Ragvendra Bhardwaj and Bhavani Shankar – were guilty of the charges. Based on the preliminary 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 fines are to be paid within seven days.

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