The student of a law college who had lodged ragging complaints against senior students has communicated to the UGC’s anti-ragging helpline that he is “not satisfied at all, with the behaviour of either the college or the police”.
An official of the UGC had last week sought to know from the student whether he was satisfied with the report of the anti-ragging committee of South Calcutta Law College.
The report stated that the student had not been ragged and whatever happened was “a case of misunderstanding between students”.
The student has written to the UGC urging them “not to close the case”.
The first-year student had lodged a ragging complaint with the UGC helpline on December 3 and approached the college authorities on December 5. His father lodged an FIR with Kasba police station on December 7.
The student wrote to the UGC on Monday: “I am not satisfied at all, with the behaviour of either the college or the police. And I will inform you all the details of this case chronologically with all the relevant documents.”
“Please allow me two or three days more. I urge you not to close the case meanwhile,” the student wrote.
The student told The Telegraph on Tuesday: “I went to the college on December 7 with my parents.... This time, my brother and father and I were assaulted.... But the committee did not even censure the offenders.”
Santanu Mitra, chairperson of the fact-finding committee, said the committee had concluded that there was no case of ragging.
Calls and text messages to vice-principal Nayna Chatterji went unanswered. An officer of Kasba police station said the probe was on.