IIT BHU student forcibly kissed & stripped on campus as Bullet-borne miscreants record video
The bullet-borne miscreants reportedly recorded the girl's video after stripping her naked on the IIT BHU campus, late Wednesday night.-
In an absolutely horrific incident, a girl student of Varanasi's famous Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) was molested and forcibly kissed by three unidentified men. The IIT BHU student was not only molested but also stripped naked by the three miscreants who were on Bullet. The bullet-borne miscreants reportedly recorded her video after stripping her naked on the IIT BHU campus. As a result, a massive protest has sparked on the campus pf IIT BHU.
As per reports, the IIT BHU student molestation case took place late Wednesday, following which thousands of students gathered in protest at the institute director’s office on Thursday morning. They demanded better security arrangements on campus.
What happened with IIT BHU student?
A witness in the IIT BHU student molestation case was quoted by a news portal. As per the official complaint registered, the IIT BHU student resides in the hostel of the college. "On November 2 around 1.30 am, I left my hostel for a walk. I met a male friend at the Gandhi Smriti hostel intersection. We were walking together and when we were 300-400 metres from Karman Baba temple, a motorcycle approached us from behind with three men."
"They parked their motorcycle and separated my friend and me. They shut my mouth tightly and took me to a corner, kissed me forcibly, and took off all my clothes, and recorded photos and videos. When I shouted for help, they threatened to kill me. They let me go after 10-15 minutes. When I ran towards my hostel, I heard the sound of the motorcycle. Then, I hid at the residence of a professor, who took me to the security officials…"
As per reports, the Police have registered an FIR under sections 354-B (assault or use of criminal force to woman with intent to disrobe) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code and under relevant sections of the Information Technology Act.
However, thousands of students are sitting outside the campus demanding strict security and also speedy arretss of the miscreants who committed such crimes.