Seven medical students in Warangal suspended for ragging.

In Warangal, seven third-year MBBS students from Kakatiya Medical College (KMC) were suspended from classes for three months and barred from the college hostel for one year by the anti-ragging committee of KMC. Additionally, notices were issued to 20 other students, warning them against involvement in such incidents.

Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!

The committee, led by KMC Principal Dr. Divvela Mohan Das, conducted a six-hour session to discuss the September 14 ragging incident. They interviewed the victim, Manohar Kumar Salanki, from Rajasthan, and questioned the accused students – Abhinav Mora, Silver Sri Hari, Sri Charan, Suriya Prakash, K Lokesh, J Sai Kiran, and Hari Krishna – separately, with their parents present.

Dr. Mohan Das mentioned counseling the students and warned of severe consequences for any future involvement in ragging. The Matwada police are also investigating the case. The members of the anti-ragging committee include KMC Vice-Principal Dr. K Ramkumar Reddy, Assistant Director B Yadagiri, Administrative Officer A Venu Gopal, Warangal ACP Bonala Kishan, Media Representative Sudhakar, NGO K Anitha Reddy, Lay Person Md Hanif Khan, and Assistant Professors of Anatomy Dr. K Shashikantha and Community Medicine Dr. P Sujatha, as well as Warden Professor of General Surgery Dr. B Raja Ram and Professor of Pharmacology Dr. M Damodari Bai.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Amazon India Today's Deals

Scroll to Top