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Teenage loves prove costly for Odisha college student

THE ASIAN AGE. | AKSHAYA KUMAR SAHOO
Published : Oct 27, 2019, 1:43 am IST
Updated : Oct 27, 2019, 1:43 am IST

The incident occurred near Deba Ray College under Nayapalli police station in Bhubaneswar.

The victim was forced to sit on a scooter. When he disagreed, his classmate forcefully took him to a shanty near Deba Ray College at knifepoint.
 The victim was forced to sit on a scooter. When he disagreed, his classmate forcefully took him to a shanty near Deba Ray College at knifepoint.

Bhubaneswar: Teenage love has proved costly for a college student in Odisha’s capital city Bhubaneswar. The victim, a 17-year-old boy studying a city college, was allegedly abducted and bashed up mercilessly by his classmates.

The incident occurred near Deba Ray College under Nayapalli police station in Bhubaneswar.

 

According to reports, the accused and the victim, who were second-year students of Biju Patnaik College, were in love with the same girl. When it came to fore, the first student had threatened his classmate to stay away from the girl. Sources said that both had a heated argument a week ago over the girl.

As the second student continuously meet the girl despite repeated warnings, the first one plotted to teach him a lesson.

As per his plan, he along with his associates stopped his classmate when the latter was returning to home from college at around 12.00 pm on Friday.

The victim was forced to sit on a scooter. When he disagreed, his classmate forcefully took him to a shanty near Deba Ray College at knifepoint. He was allegedly beaten up over his affair with his girlfriend. He reportedly sustained injuries on his head and back in the attack. On receiving information from a source, the Nayapalli police reached the spot and rescued him from clutches of the abductors. Later, the victim was handed over to his family members after registering a case in this connection.

 

The accused were detained at the police station for interrogation.

“The accused are juvenile. They have been served notices under 41-a of the CrPC which provides for appearing before the investigating officer as and when required and cooperate in the probe process,” Arun Kumar Swain, inspector of Nayapalli police station said.

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