Dharamshala: All the four students accused of allegedly ragging Aman Kachru, a first year medical student leading to his death at Tanda Medical College, were granted bail by a fast track court hearing the case.
The four accused students were granted bail by the court of Purinder Vaidya as all the eyewitnesses in the case has been examined by the court.
There were 71 witnesses in the case.
Aman Kachru a 19 year student died on March 8, 2009 after being allegedly ragged by four final-year students of the Rajendra Prasad Medical College at Tanda town in Kangra district.
The four students, Ajay Verma, Naveen Verma, Abhinav Verma and Mukul Sharma were accused of assaulting Kachru and were arrested after the crime.
They face murder charges under Section 302 of the IPC.
The state government had ordered a magisterial inquiry into the death of Kachru, which concluded he died of injuries sustained in ragging.
The postmortem report also said Kachru collapsed and died of injuries which were linked to the ragging incident.
Suresh Sankhyan, the college principal was indicted by the inquiry report for the lapses who later resigned from his post.