Notorious for the Aman Kachroo’s ragging to death incident, the four convicted Rajendra Prasad medical college Tanda students may soon return to the classroom.

It is learned that the convicts had approached the Himachal Pradesh University in Shimla to get them readmitted to complete their course. University official said that before taking any step it will take legal opinion. However it seems that all guilty students are likely to get readmission as College principal Anil Chauhan clearly said that the university has the provision to allow them to complete their degree course. They are likely to be given admission again to Rajendra Prasad Medical College and Hospital in Tanda in Kangra district from this session.

All four Ajay Verma, Naveen Verma, Abhinav Verma and Mukul Sharma were found guilty in November last year for Aman’s death March 8, 2009. The state government freed the students Aug 15, seven months before their four-year rigorous imprisonment was to end. The three convicts were third-year MBBS students, while the fourth, Ajay Verma, was an intern at the time of the incident.

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