‘IPCW fest harassment’ teachers and students of DU on Sunday kept an online Jan Sunwai conference. It is over a happening of trespass and alleged molestation at the IPCW by several men in mid of fest.
They said that the ‘IPCW fest harassment’ had not pointed out a police complaint on the March 28 incident. This could later urge claims that this was a little incident. Principal Poonam Kumria did not react to calls and messages on the issue.
Students who partook in Sunday’s meeting said they were disallowed from amassing in the college and jailed by the police. This prompted them to hold the virtual conference.
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They mentioned instances of female students have probed and molested on March 28. The men rose to the walls of the college while attempting to enter the campus.
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Nilabja, a student of the college functioning as a recruit in the fest, said: “There happened a rout on March 28 where women got wounded. As they attempted to get out of the crowd. When the entrances were closed, some men climbed the hostel walls. Despite such an incident, the fest continued when in attendance barely 10% of IP college students were. It was mostly men who were attending and the principal went on stage and said it was a successful occasion.”
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The college ought to have ensconced an FIR. The lack of any legal complaint resulted in a narrative built that a little incident and nothing happened.
Another teacher, Anita Tagore, said the students could file an official objection at any of the police stations or even with the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW). They have already dispatched a notice to the college following an articulation from students. Monday is the final date for the college to react to DCW.