ABVP man alleges attack in college; 2 held, 1 on the run

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

GHAZIABAD: Two men, including a college student, were arrested on Saturday for allegedly attacking and threatening a student associated with the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) with a gun in the MM Degree College on the previous day. The third suspect, who is also a student, is on the run. CCTV footage, which captured a part of the attack on Vipul Sharma, a resident of Sudamapuri and student at the college, was shared on social media on Friday. The footage does not show the accused brandishing a gun but Sharma alleged that in his police complaint.Police identified the arrested accused as Aryan, a resident of Amelia, and Abhishek, a resident of Khanjarpur and student at the college. The third accused, Shivam, also a student at the college, is absconding. The complainant, Sharma, said that he was visiting the college principals office for work when the trio cornered him and physically assaulted him, which has been captured in the minute-long CCTV footage. Sharma also alleged that one of the accused took out a gun and threatened to kill him.Gyan Prakash Rai, ACP Modinagar, said, The attack can be seen in the CCTV footage, but we are investigating if the accused were wielding a gun. Based on the complaint, personnel were deployed to find the accused. On Saturday, they arrested Aryan and Abhishek. The third suspect will also be nabbed soon.An FIR has been registered under sections 307 (attempt to murder), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), and 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing hurt) of the IPC.We also published the following articles recentlyHow colleges are keeping students from using ChatGPTColleges in Bengaluru are taking measures to prevent the use of AI tools like ChatGPT in student assignments. St Josephs Evening College has stated that students caught using ChatGPT will have their assignments invalidated. Other colleges are adapting by creating assignments that are more field-based to counter the challenges posed by ChatGPT. Some colleges have a hybrid approach, allowing the use of AI tools for certain courses. Students are using ChatGPT as a means to rebel against traditional assessment methods or as a survival mechanism to cope with heavy workloads.Hiteshwar Sharma from Panchkula elected as students union president of Delhis St Stephens CollegeHiteshwar Sharma, a 3rd-year student of BA history honours from Panchkula, has been elected as the president of St Stephens Colleges students union in Delhi. The election, which focused on women empowerment, infrastructure development, and empowerment of specially-abled students, saw a high voter turnout. Sharma, who was the CBSE national topper for both Class 10 and Class 12, has also represented Haryana in national-level cricket and interacted with PM Modi in 2021. The victory was a collective effort with several individuals playing crucial roles, and Sharma now joins the ranks of esteemed alumni from St Stephens College.

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