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    College Students Are Falling Victim Of Paan Spit In Assam’s Pathshala, FIR Lodged

    The miscreants spat betel leaf-nut juice and paan masala on the girls, ruining their clothes and humiliating them.

    The students of Bajali College, Pathshala and members of Post Graduate Students’ Union of the Bhattadev University lodged an FIR after unidentified miscreants attacked the college-going girls on the main road of Pathshala town in Barpeta district in the most disgusting way.

    The miscreants spat betel leaf-nut juice and paan masala on the girls, ruining their clothes and humiliating them. A few of the girls also took to social media to share their stories, drawing an overwhelming response from the netizens.

    In the FIR, the students mentioned that since the last few days, unidentified bike-borne miscreants are creating a menace by spitting betel nut juice on the college-going girls.

    The students demanded stern action against the culprits and asked the Pathsala Police to immediately nab those behind this heinous activity. Meanwhile, the police have launched a massive manhunt to nab the culprits.

    Pathsala | First Published: Aug 10, 2019


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