Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

Chinese varsity expels Indian students involved in clash

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 April 2016 12:00 AM GMT

Beijing, April 28: Three Indian students have been expelled by a Chinese university after a group clash in which one of them was stabbed. The Indian embassy in Beijing has dubbed the conduct of the students as “ucceptable”. The clash between two groups of Indian students occurred in the second week of April at the Three Gorge University at Yichang. In an advisory to all Indian students, the Indian embassy in Beijing said “it was aware of recent incidents involving ucceptable behaviour by some Indian students studying in Chi”. The mission said: “In the ensuing clash, one student was stabbed with a knife. The university has expelled the students directly involved. “Incidents involving any kind of violence or ill behaviour create a negative image about Indians in Chi. “Although the overwhelming number of students is law-abiding, the actions of a few are detrimental to the interests of all Indians in Chi,” said the advisory. “It is our common responsibility to ensure that no such act is committed that affects the reputation of the country or the Indian community in Chi. “The embassy and consulates will have zero tolerance in all such cases,” it added. (IANS)

Next Story