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DPS Noida Students hospitalised after being 'Ragged'.

In an alleged incident of ragging, two students of XI Class, DPS Noida hostel in Sector 30 were hospitalised with injuries on their limbs and torso on Tuesday.

An FIR has been registered against six identified and 12 unidentified students. The victims - a 15-year-boy hailing from western Uttar Pradesh and a 16-year-old boy from Kolkata alleged that their seniors ragged them on Monday night and when they objected, they were beaten up in the hostel, police said.

The family of one of the students has claimed that the boys were being ragged by their seniors when they got injured.The Noida Police have, however, filed a case pertaining to a scuffle between the students.

“Based on the complaint filed by the student and his family, we have filed an FIR under IPC sections relating to a scuffle,” a police officer said, as per the daily.

The victims were discharged after treatment.“Both the students had injuries. They were discharged after medical check-up and primary treatment as their condition is stable and out of danger,” said Dr Sarika Chandra, casualty medical officer, Kailash Hospital.

The school administration said they would be able to comment on the issue on Wednesday. “As the working hours are over, we cannot comment on the issue,” said a school spokesperson.

The father of the victim, however, alleged the school administration was trying to hush up the case and did not want to take action against the accused.“We hail from Bulandshahar.

My son is a new entrant in the school. I am really disappointed with the behaviour of the school administration,” said the father.

On the other side, The police said they were investigating the case and as all the accused are minors, the members of child welfare committee will interrogate them.

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