Hyderabad University Prof. on 14 Days Police Remand

Hyderabad University | Hyderabad, Dec 4 (Maxim News): Hyderabad University Professor Ravi Ranjan who allegedly molested a foreign student has been sent to 14 days police remand, informed K. Shilpavalli, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Madhapur.

The Hyderabad University had suspended the professor yesterday and strongly condemns the incident that occurred involving Professor Ravi Ranjan, Department of Hindi and a student on December 2. Based on the criminal complaint and FIR, the Professor is placed under suspension with immediate effect, the official statement by the university read.

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It is to mention here that Hyderabad University on Saturday had suspended the professor.

Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Ch. Raghunandan said, “We have received a complaint from Hyderabad University authorities that the modesty of a student was outraged by a professor. The Case has been registered under sections 354 and 354 (A) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). He has been taken into police custody, and is to be presented before a court.” Earlier today, the Cyberabad Police arrested a professor of the University of Hyderabad for allegedly molesting a foreign student from Thailand.

Hyderabad University Prof. on 14 Days Police Remand
Hyderabad University Prof. on 14 Days Police Remand

According to Police, the incident occurred on Friday when the girl student was called to the professor’s residence on the pretext of giving her a book where the accused allegedly tried to molest her.

After the complaint was lodged, Cyberabad Police took the professor into custody. Further investigation is underway. (Maxim News)

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