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Did College Students Actually ‘Purify’ The Campus With Cow’s Urine After Prakash Raj’s Visit?

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In an unconventional ritual, students at MV College in Shivamogga, Karnataka, opted to purify their campus by sprinkling cow’s urine following a visit by actor Prakash Raj for an event on Tuesday.

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The occasion in question revolved around an engaging discourse titled ‘Dialogue on Theater, Cinema, and Society,’ which took place within the confines of a program hall situated within the college premises. However, the event was met with a wave of student protests, as they voiced their concerns and raised compelling inquiries regarding the appropriateness of hosting a private gathering within the college’s academic environment. The students’ dissent stemmed from a genuine curiosity about the reasons behind such an event being organized on campus.

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The event elicited a notable response from various quarters, with several individuals expressing their dissent by staging protests. Criticism was directed towards the event’s alleged exclusion of the college’s students from participation. Notably, barricades were erected at the college entrance in an attempt to prevent the protesters from gaining access to the premises. This move, however, escalated tensions and resulted in a confrontational exchange between the protesters and law enforcement officials, further intensifying the situation.

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According to the Superintendent of Shivamogga, the protesters were a blend of both college students and individuals from outside the institution. The precise background and motivations of these external participants have yet to be definitively determined, as noted by the local police.

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As relayed by the Superintendent of Shivamogga, the protesting contingent consisted of a combination of college students and individuals from beyond the college community. The police have acknowledged that they are currently in the process of determining the background and affiliation of these external participants, indicating that a comprehensive understanding of their involvement is still pending.

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