Now, Cotton boarders accused of assaulting law student, vandalising Guwahati Town Club property

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Now, Cotton boarders accused of assaulting law student, vandalising Guwahati Town Club property

May 18 (NL Web Desk): Cotton College is once again hitting news headlines. This time, a section of alleged boarders of the college have been accused of first physically assaulting a law student and later vandalising property inside the Guwahati Town Club.
A group of youths, alleged to be boarders of Cotton College hostels, first entered into an altercation with a law student who had come to the club for the National Law University party. The boarders were then accused of forcing into the Town Club and vandalising property, smashing window panes and also vandalising a few cars parked inside the club premises.
The Cotton College students’ union, however, rejected reports that boarders of Cotton hostels were involved in the vandalism incident at Guwahati Town Club.
“Reports of boarders of Cotton College being involved in the vandalism incident at Guwahati Town Club are not correct since our students are busy preparing for their upcoming examinations,” the Cotton College PGSU general secretary said.
Town Club officials said property worth around Rs 8-10 lakh were damaged in the vandalism incident. On the other hand, police found alcohol and beer bottles where the National Law University students had partied.

By | 2017-05-18T12:00:03+00:00 May 18th, 2017|Regional, Top news|0 Comments

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