Netizens condemn Chandigarh University incident, urge against sharing objectionable videos


After massive protests broke out in Mohali on Saturday night by Chandigarh University students over alleged ‘leaked objectionable videos’ of women students, netizens on Sunday took to social media to condemn the incident.
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann tweeted, “Sad to hear about the unfortunate incident at Chandigarh University. Our daughters our respect. A high-level inquiry has been ordered into the incident. Severe action will be taken against whoever is found guilty. I am in touch with the administration. I request everyone to avoid rumours.
Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “A girl recorded objectionable videos of many girl students in Chandigarh University and made them viral. This is very serious and shameful. All the culprits involved in this will get the harshest punishment. Victim girls have courage. We all are with you. Act with patience.”
Capt. Amarinder Singh took to Twitter to condemn the incident and said, “The #ChandigarhUniversity incident is shameful. Those responsible must be given exemplary punishment. The dignity and safety of our daughters should be of topmost priority. Hope police gets into action and sets an example against the culprits.”
Meanwhile, netizens appealed everyone to refrain from sharing the videos. One of the users shared a post that read, “See guys, it’s a request to whosoever got viral videos of 50 girls showering, please delete it. It’s a huge request. We have sisters and mothers too in our homes, kindly delete them. Respect them.” The user added, “This is the least we can do to break the chain.”
Second user said, “It is not about the reputation of 60 girls or Chandigarh University. It is about my reputation, yours reputation and our reputation.”
Third user said, “Hello Feminist. Girls are not safe even with girls. The problem doesn’t lie in gender. It’s about mentality.”