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University tough on raggers

The University of Peradeniya is very keen in preventing ragging of freshers of the new academic batches who entered the university last month.

The university administration will be tough on any senior student found guilty, Senior Professor Shantha Hennnyaka told the Daily News. Some student unions probably led by JVP sympathizers brainwash innocent students to convert them to their political view point. These forces are behind ragging," Hennayaka said.

This time many preventive methods have been applied and lecturers have been deployed everywhere to observe any unethical and illegal procedures being carried out targeting the new comers. Technology is also used to curb ragging.

Cameras have been installed in identified locations where students are being ragged.

Currently, Sri Lanka is said to be its worst affected country in the world, the Professor said.

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