New Delhi: A day after media reported that two former students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) had shot a blue film inside a hostel, the university authorities have initiated an inquiry into the matter.
"We will not tolerate such things inside the university complex. We already have initiated inquiry and have questioned a few persons in this connection," said HB Bohidar, Chief Proctor of JNU. The move came after the Procter office received a complaint in this regard from the chief security officer of the university.
The film was reportedly shot around six month ago by a couple of students of School of Languages. It is believed that the boy and the girl in the film, who are natives of Bihar, were provided with the equipment for shooting by a student of Computer Science. When other students of the university came to know about the incident, they bashed up the boy who had 'acted' in the film.
The university officials then reportedly destroyed the CD and tried to hush up the matter. This act of university officials however came a bit late because by then the copies of the CD had already been taken out of the university. The CD has the girl watching a pornographic movie while indulging in the sexual acts that are getting recorded by a camera.
Meanwhile, police said that the university authorities have not informed them about the matter. "We have not received any complaint either from the girl or university," said DCP (South), HGS Dhaliwal. Police sources say that the blue film might have been made to earn money.
"It is a possibility that the gangs who run pornography racket could be behind the incident as the picture quality of the movie is fine," the sources added.