Chandigarh University MMS Case: There has been a big disclosure in the case of leaking of videos of girls in Chandigarh University Girls Hostel.
Accused Sunny Mehta and his friend Rankaj Verma were blackmailing an MBA student that they would make her private video viral. This video was sent by the MBA student herself at the behest of Sunny Mehta.
Both the accused were pressurizing the MBA student to make videos of other girls and send them, otherwise, they would make her video viral.
At the behest of the accused, the MBA student started sending videos of other girls. One day when an MBA student was making a video, 6 girls saw her doing this. After this, the girls asked her why she was making the video.
After this, the MBA student claimed that she had made videos under pressure, but later deleted them. Later she told that he was asked by the boys to do so. However, in the beginning, she said that she did not know the boy. Later she showed the photo of Sunny Mehta, who runs his bakery in Shimla.
These 6 girls first raised this matter in front of Warden Rajwinder Kaur, who has been suspended. Later, the matter was raised in front of the manager Ritu Ranaut.
When Ritu asked the accused girl about this, she admitted that she had made the videos. Later, on the complaint of Ritu, the police registered a case.
The police arrested the three accused and confiscated the mobiles. According to sources, the accused have also spoken to some people sitting in Delhi-Mumbai over the phone.
On the complaint of girl students in Chandigarh University, a three-member SIT has been constituted to investigate the matter.
There are three women officers in this. On the other hand, the court has sent the three accused to 7-day police custody.
In fact, on Saturday, students demonstrated at the University Campus in Mohali, Punjab. The protesters said that the video recorded of the girls has been leaked.
Whereas the police had initially said that the MBA student had only sent her video to her boyfriend. Nor has any other objectionable video been found on the student's phone.
University officials had dismissed false and baseless reports that claimed that some girl students had attempted suicide after a video of them taking a bath went viral on social media.