Delhi: Scuffle breaks out between students in IIMC, youth called Maoist for asking questions, video viral | Watch
A video has come to light from Delhi’s Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) where a scuffle broke out between students in Hindi class over allegedly asking a question. According to reports, the student was also allegedly called Maoist for his questions.
It was also reported that the student had an verbal altercation with a guest faculty on Wednesday, following which he got into a scuffle with some students during a newsletter presentation in class. It was also reported that the student was beaten up by a group of students.
In the video, a man can be seen surrounded by a group of students as they heckle and shove him. The commotion can be seen escalating as things can be seen heating up between the students as they raise their voices against each other.
Some students can also be seen holding back from intervening in the matter, whereas some were trying to defuse the situation by restraining the students from taking violent actions.
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After the video of the student’s jostle went viral, many users came forward to remark on the incident as one user wrote and said that the minds of people have been filled with so much hatred that the students are not even thinking right.
The user further reflected that this is the case everywhere where friendships have been broken due to the hatred filled by the ongoing notion in the country. The user further wrote that the society has become rotten because of this.
Another user wrote and termed the incident as shameful, implying that such practices in a learning space shouldn’t be the notion as questions should be promoted, not frowned upon.
Another user wrote and sought an inquiry into the incident as according to the user, the incident transpired due to the boy making objectionable gestures to a girl, implying the news to be false and the claims of the reports to be wrong.
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