Medical interns in Himachal Pradesh expelled in scandal
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Medical interns in Himachal Pradesh expelled in scandal

In a significant development at Tanda Medical College in Himachal Pradesh, several MBBS students have reported incidents of harassment and abuse by senior trainees, leading to the expulsion of four senior students and heavy fines.

After investigating the complaints, the university’s anti-ragging committee found four senior trainees from the 2019 and 2022 batches – Arun Sood, Siddhant Yadav, Ragvendra Bhardwaj and Bhavani Shankar – guilty of misconduct.

As a result, 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 fine must be paid within seven days.

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