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Cases registered against two Malayalee students in ragging case

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Kozhikode: The police have registered cases against two Malayalee students in relation with the ragging of a Dalit nursing student from Malappuram district, studying at a Bengaluru college.

"The two accused of brutally ragging the student both from Kerala are Lekshmi hailing from Kollam and Athira from Idukki. The charges that have been put up include attempt to murder besides sections in the Kerala Ragging Act and Atrocities under SC/ST Act," Jaleel Thotathil, Circle Inspector of Police, said.

"Since the place of occurrence of the crime is in Karnataka where we have no jurisdiction, her statement has been recorded and through a special messenger we have send it to the Roza Police station at Gulbarga in Karnataka," said Thottathil.

According to the victim, a first-year nursing student of Al Qamar College of Nursing at Gulbarga, she was forced to drink a bathroom cleaning liquid last month was due to which she fell ill.

After spending a few days in a hospital in Karnataka, she was sent back home and has since been hospitalised at the state-run Medical College hospital at Thrissur.

Following the episode, she has developed serious oesophagus problems and she has been put on intravenous fluid supplements.

Her mother Janaki, on Wednesday told the media that the college authorities failed to act and has been protecting the accused.

Kerala Culture Minister A.K.Balan said the state will bear the entire treatment expenses of the victim and will take up the case with the Karnataka government.

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