A massive protest erupted on the campus of Chandigarh University after ‘offensive videos’ went viral of girls bathing and changing. The university released an official statement on Sunday. Chandigarh University has released an official statement stating that “September 19 and 20 are non-class days for students in Chandigarh University” due to some unavoidable reasons.
“However, all faculty/staff members of the academic and non-academic departments report as usual in their respective departments,” the post adds.
Earlier, RS Bawa, pro-chancellor of the University of Chandigarh, said: “There is a rumor going around the media that 60 offensive MMS have been found from different students. This is totally incorrect and unfounded. During the university’s preliminary investigation, no videos of students objectionable were found, except for a personal video made by a girl and shared by herself with her boyfriend.”
He also clarified that no one committed suicide and no one was taken to hospital.
The varsity VC has agreed to assist with the probe. According to reports, the suspect has been taken into custody by the Punjab Police and a complaint has been filed under the IT Act.
Read: ‘All rumors are false and baseless,’ says pro-chancellor of Chandigarh University over offensive videos