Panjab University: ABVP member injured after left-wing students group attack him for a social media post
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a shocking incident, an ABVP member was injured after he was attacked by members of left-wing student organisation Trainees For Society (SFS) at the kids’ hostel number 3 in Panjab University.
Apparently, the SFS students had actually assaulted ABVP students following a supposed fallout between two groups. The attack on ABVP member Divyansh Sharma happened after he had actually allegedly made an indecent discuss social networks against SFS.
As SFS members assaulted the ABVP student Sharma, he got hurt and was instantly hurried to the GMSH in Sector 16, where he was administered stitches.
Parvinder Singh Katora, convener, ABVP, Chandigarh, stated, “Divyansh Sharma got a call from an unknown number at 8:26 pm, inquiring about his location. A citizen of boys’ hostel number 4, he had actually gone to fulfill his friend at hostel number 3. As quickly as he came out of the hostel, some 11-12 persons began beating him up. He acknowledged 4 of the enemies, who were from the SFS.”
However, SFS president Varinder declared, “I was not there at the event. I had responded to an abusive comment posted by Divyansh Sharma and required an apology from him. I was informed by a pal, who was going to have dinner at hostel number 3 that Divyansh was being struck by someone.”
Harman of the SFS said, “I am going to a wedding in Patiala. I question how my name surfaced.”
A senior security official at the university said that the Chandigarh police and the PU chief security officer showed up at the area as soon as they familiarized about the battle. The injured students have been rushed to the hospital, stated the officer.
Following the incident, about 50 supporters of ABVP assembled outside the DSW’s house and demanded a restriction on SFS. The cops have taped Divyansh’s declaration. No case has been signed up as the police did not get any problem in connection with the incident.
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