As protests continued in Chandigarh University over the alleged ‘leaked objectional videos’, Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) GS Bhullar spoke to the protesting students late on Sunday night and tried to pacify them saying “implicit faith is necessary” and “law is being followed”. The protest continued on the campus till late Sunday night with senior officials from the district administration, police and university trying to pacify the students.

One person was arrested while another was detained in connection with the alleged leaked objectionable videos of Chandigarh University students. The arrested accused has been identified as Sunny Mehta. The youth belongs to a local village under the Rohru Sub division of Shimla district, nearly 130 km away from the northern town.The detained person has been identified as 31-year-old Rankaj Verma.

Chief Minister Mann ordered the probe into the incident, saying strict action will be taken against those found guilty. “Our daughters are our honour… a high-level inquiry has been ordered into the incident.” “I am in touch with the administration, said Mann, who is in Germany, appealing to people not to believe rumours.