Do you know what is common in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case, Kailash Satyarthi’s Nobel prize theft case and Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case?
Apart from all these cases being high-profile, these cases have something more in common.
In all these cases students from the institute informatics and communication under DU helped police.
In the December of 2012, the whole country was shocked over the gangrape and torture of 23-year-old female physiotherapy intern by six men in a moving bus in a South Delhi. Even thinking about it shivers me to the spine. They later threw her out of the bus on a road.
An associate professor of the Institute of Informatics and communication, Sanjeev Singh said police visited them with the footage and the bus had Yadav written on it which ultimately led to the accused.
Likewise In 2010, police came to Singh when a women executive of a BPO firm was raped by five men in Dhaula Kuan.
They found that it had an extra headlight and ‘tripals’ were in it. Eventually, the accused were arrested.
Even when Kailash Satyarthi’s Nobel Prize, which he won for peace in 2014, was stolen from his residence in Kalkaji, police took help from the institute. The students of DU came to their rescue and scanned the footage thoroughly and identified the accused by comparing the footage of day and night.
The students enjoy helping the police but sometimes are baffled by their unrealistic expectations.
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