Sex Videos Of Students Of Top Engineering Colleges In Bhubaneswar Going Viral, Police Promises Crackdown

**Bhubaneswar**: It seems it is raining sex videos in the social media platforms and that too featuring some students from top institutes in the city. In the last one month, there have been at least three such instances in which sex videos of alleged several students of top institutes in the capital city are going viral in the social media.

As this “dangerous trend” spoils lives of many innocent girls and spreads indecency in the society, the city police has decided to act tough against the persons behind such crime.

Worth mentioning OMMCOM NEWS had first reported a sex video of two students of ITER College going viral earlier in the month and then city cops swung into action and nabbed the accused.

Similarly, two more such sex videos of students belonging to two other top engineering colleges are now going viral in the social media, which in possession of OMMCOM NEWS, showing the increasing trend of a heinous practice.

Speaking exclusively to OMMCOM NEWS, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Twin City Police Commissioner Y. B. Khurania told that such instances of sex videos are coming to their notice and they take such matter very seriously and crackdown on them as they did in the case of the ITER student who was arrested after recording the intimate moment with his girlfriend and made them viral after they had a break up. After this incident two more similar sex videos are doing the rounds across the city.

Advising youths to refrain from recording their intimate moments with their partners and then saving it in their mobile phones, the top cop said not to misuse the social media by spreading such obscene videos.

“We are closely monitoring such cases and will take stern action against the accused,” Khurania added.

Further explaining, he said, “The youths should not allow video recording or photography of their intimate moments with their partners in their mobile under any circumstances even if it is even for their personal consumption as they never know in the age of technology and active social media where such videos will land up ultimately.

Meanwhile, OMMCOM NEWS spoke to noted Supreme Court lawyer Sibashanker Mishra and he said recording of such intimate act, even if they are husband-wife, is completely illegal.

“If a couple records their intimate moment and keep it in their mobile phones which is vulnerable to go viral and can be shared at any time is illegal and criminal proceedings can be initiated under Sections 66 and 66 (3) of IPC,” the lawyer explained.

He said the apex court will soon come out with a law clearly defining what defines the Right to Privacy Act.