Top 5 Cases Of Ragging In India That Shocked The World ||College Ragging||

August 20, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs

Those who indulge in ragging probably don’t
realise the extent of how it affects those at its receiving end. Either that, or they
only want others to go through what they were made to experience at one time.Ragging has
been one of the most troublesome issues in India. Ragging has become more of a norm than
an exception in a number of educational institutes across the country, some develop mental disorders,
some choose to end their lives while many others are also murdered by the force of ragging.
Here’s a look at the 5 most shocking cases of ragging that led to deaths in India In a
recent case of ragging, a 15-year-old student of Delhi Public School Noida has been hospitalized
after 17 seniors beat him up with sticks and metal rods. He was allegedly bullied by his
seniors who asked him to strip and sit on the floor. While returning to the hostel after
dinner, the student was assaulted by a couple of seniors who retaliated after he made a
complaint to the school authorities. The victim’s father has filed an FIR against
the 17 students, naming at least 6 of them in the complaint. In 2014, a pharmacy student from the Calcutta
Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology was found dead near railway tracks in Kolkata.
Reports suggested that the 20-year-old was ragged and beaten up by his seniors in college.
Reports claimed that Akash was bullied by the accused continuously during his time in
the institute. In fact, others claimed that he was also stopped from taking a very crucial
test by the five. His friends helped recognize five suspects who were suspended from the
college. Another shocking case of ragging came when
in 2012, a 17-year-old aeronautical engineering student, Ajmal PM was set on fire by his seniors!
The student was studying at an engineering college in Bangalore, where he was ragged
by a group of four seniors who had failed and were in his class. As he went inside the
common bathroom, Ajmal could smell thinner and soon enough, the room was set on fire.
He suffered 60% burns on his body and passed away a few days after the incident. Aman Satya Kachroo was only 19-years-old when
four seniors ragged him to death at Dr Rajendra Prasad Medical College in Himachal Pradesh
in 2009. The young medical student suffered head injuries which he later succumbed to.
Kachroo had, just a day before his unfortunate death, filed a complaint against the accused
for ragging him In his complaint, Kachroo claimed that the
four accused, Ajay verma, Naveen Verma, Mukul Sharma and Abhinav Verma, drunk, gathered
around 13 first-year students and asked them to slap and hit each other. He also said that
Ajay Verma later slapped him seven times. This apparently carried on till 4 am that
day. The next day, Aman went to the college hospital complaining of a severe head ache.
He succumbed to his head injuries that night. The four accused students were freed on “good
conduct” in 2013. They were re-enrolled in a government college upon their release.
They will however not be able to join any government jobs. . One of the most pivotal cases of ragging in
India occurred in 1996, in which 19-year-old Pon Navarasu’s dismembered body was found
around different parts of Tamil Nadu. Navarasu was studying at Rajah Muthiah Medical College,
Annamalia University in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. He was allegedly ragged by a senior,
John David, who began physically assaulting him when he refused to strip and lick his
footwear. It was later revealed that David was known
to be a bully at the college and went after Navarasu when he realized that the latter’s
father was the former Vice Chancellor of Madras University. After interrogation, David confessed
to the crime and was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences.