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Ponda: The students’ wing of Congress party – National Students’ Union of India – on Wednesday has addressed a letter to President of India Ram Nath Kovind alleging ‘ragging’ of a youth during a college event in front of 700-odd crowd in Ponda town, 30 kilometres away from here.

The NSUI has also addressed the letter to Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, who also holds Education portfolio in the state cabinet besides Governor of Goa and other agency.

NSUI Goa Chief Ahraz Mulla has said that during an event at Ponda town, an under 18 student was asked question on porn in front of 700-odd crowd humiliating him.

Mulla said that the event ‘Yuva Rang’ was held at state-run Rajiv Gandhi Kala Mandir in Ponda town.

The letter mentions that the student was asked whether he watches ‘porn’ and when he refused to reply, he was humiliated.

“He was further asked to remove his T-shirt in front the crowd and was thus humiliated with personal question mentally disturbing the under 18 child,” the NSUI has said.

“We request your kind authority to take this matter with seriousness and take necessary action against the organizers of Yuva Rang and investigate the entire matter thoroughly,” the NSUI has said.

When contacted, Chief Minister’s Office said that they will go through the content of the letter and necessary action in it would be initiated.

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