Women students at Delhi University claim that males harassed them at a festival by scaling walls and filing a FIR

Women students at Delhi University claim that males harassed them at a festival by scaling walls and filing a FIR

Students at Delhi University's Indraprastha College for Women said that during a festival on Tuesday, several males climbed the institute's perimeter walls and "harassed numerous girls."

Seven persons have been held after a police report alleging that a FIR has been filed under sections 337 of the Indian Criminal Code (causing harm by risking the life or personal safety of others) and 188 (disobedience to an order legally issued by a public official).

Chief of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), Swati Maliwal, said on Twitter that she is giving the Delhi Police a notice.

"During the IP College festival at Delhi University, several females were assaulted. In the past, eve-teasing incidents have also been prominent during college festivals. Such moron should be imprisoned. I am giving Delhi Police notice to take harsh action "She used Hindi to tweet.

Details of the event
According to the police, "Festival Shurti" at IP College for Women was underway and musician Asees Kaur was scheduled to perform there.

There were too many people. Several too eager pupils attempted to enter the institution at about 3 o'clock. According to the police, pressure was applied to the gates throughout the operation, which caused several pupils to fall and harm themselves.

They said, "Seven persons, all Delhi University students, have been detained and will be arrested based on CCTV video and/or other evidence."

Miranda, IP dono hamara (Miranda House and Indraprastha College both are ours)," the guys were allegedly heard shouting, according to an activist with the All India Students' Association (AISA). Moreover, "Miranda nahi chhoda to IP bhi nahi chhodenge" means "We didn't leave Miranda, and we won't leave IP either."

At an open Diwali festival on campus in October, several girls at Miranda House College, an all-female institution of Delhi University, said that numerous males mounted the boundary walls and the gates and engaged in "cat-calling and sexist sloganeering."

Anjali, a former IPCW student and the secretary of the AISA at Delhi University, released allegedly taken pictures and videos of the event.

Four males can be seen in the image standing close to the IPCW border wall, while another man can be seen climbing the wall.

The cops are seen in the footage telling the college students to leave the area. "When inebriated males forced entry to the campus, scaled the barriers, and harassed gender minorities today while IPCW's fest was in progress. "Miranda IP dono hamara" and "Miranda nahi chhoda to IP bhi nahi chhodenge" were being chanted by men "Tweets from Anjali.

Another pupil said, "Today, thugs broke into the IPCW festival and abused numerous female students, inflicting one injury. The thugs have just been taken away by Delhi Police. We want their arrest right now."