ABVP demands action against installation of Mobile camera in MU Girls Toilet

ABVP demands action against installation of Mobile camera in MU Girls Toilet

Mangaluru: The members of the Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) met the vice-chancellor of Mangalore University Dr Byrappa to take necessary measures to investigate the case of installation of a mobile camera in the girl’s toilet.

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On August 24, a student found a hidden mobile camera in the toilet. She immediately informed the administration but no action was initiated even after seven days of the incident

In the past too, a similar incident was published in the media and no action was taken. The incident should be investigated and the truth should come out. The matter should be handed over to the police for investigation.

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At present girl students are afraid to come to college since they believe that they are not safe. The girl students should be protected and their rights respected.

Co-convener Chetan Padil, Taluk convener Sudith, Anushka, Vinaya, Sheetal Kumar and others were also present.


  1. Why is it that we see only ABVP at the forefront of these protests demanding safety for women or exposing anti-national elements operating within our society?? Where are the other groups? I guess they will come forward only if they see an opportunity to exploit ‘vote bank’ politics!!!

  2. Finally a Roy from self hating ‘beef club ‘ admits the truth. His group finds anti national activities or women’s safety issues less important. However , when it comes to negative propaganda on sanaathana people, they all come out in full force!!

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