Swami Shraddhanand College Principal Attacked By Unidentified Motorcyclists

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60-year-old PV Khatri,Principal of Swami Shraddhanand College was attacked by some unidentified motorcycle-borne youths earlier this week while he was on his way to home in Narela,the police reported.The police also said that the incident occurred around 2:30 PM when he was driving towards Narela.

The front window of his car was hit by some motorcyclists with a stone,also the Principal has sustained a minor injury on his forehead,the police added.

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It was found that the former guest lecturer of the college has filed an FIR against the college’s acting principal alleging sexual harassment in February. Also,he has suspended Students Union President Saurabh Mann recently and cancelled his admission on January 15, [after an investigation by the University found that his admission was “wrong and mala fide”.

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Neha Anchliya
Neha Anchliya is currently persuing B.com. (h) from Ramjas College. She loves the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.

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