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Woman student accuses classmate of passing casteist remarks

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 05-09-2019 00:12 IST | Created: 05-09-2019 00:12 IST
Woman student accuses classmate of passing casteist remarks
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A woman student of the Ambedkar University on Wednesday alleged that her classmate passed casteist remarks at her, a police official said. She, along with her friends, went to the Kashmere Gate police station to lodge a complaint, he said.

Police said they have initiated an inquiry into the matter. The inquiry is being carried out by an Assistant Commissioner of Police-rank officer, the official said.

Both the parties have been called on Thursday by the police and will be questioned in the matter, he added.


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