Chandigarh: The police have registered a case against the NIT director over the death of Agin S Dileep, a Malayali student who died at Punjab’s Lovely Professional University. Meanwhile, NIT has come up with an explanation for the suicide of the student. NIT said that Agin S. Dileep could not complete the course even after his final year of studies. As per NIT rules, the student was not eligible to continue in the course.
Agin S., a native of Cherthala Pallipuram was found dead yesterday. Agin S Dileep, a first-year student of Bachelor of Design, was found hanging dead in the hostel yesterday evening. The note mentioned the teacher of NIT, Kozhikode, where Agin studied earlier. The note accuses Prof. Prasad Krishna.
The note said that he regretted his decision and that he was a burden to everyone. Meanwhile, after Agin’s death, a huge protest was staged at the Lovely Professional University campus in Jalandhar. When two students committed suicide within ten days, the students came together in protest. The students demanded a detailed investigation of both incidents. The Kapurthala police have registered a case of unnatural death and started the investigation.