The accused students allegedly pranked their juniors by making them perform some obscene acts, police said, citing a complaint filed by the college management.
Ten students were reportedly involved in the theft and eight of them were identified.
“We released eight senior students (who were allowed to go home from the police station) in the medical college battle case under the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) after notifying them and obtaining assurances that during will cooperate with the investigation and appear in court at the time of filing the charges,” said Tehzeeb Qazi, head of Sanyogitaganj Police Station.
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A case of theft was registered on July 24 by the university administration after a complaint was filed with the University Grants Commission helpline, the police official said.
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