The police have registered two cases based on a complaint by the university students. (File photo)

New Delhi:

New Delhi: Hours after a molestation case surfaced at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), the university's security department on Wednesday banned the entry of outside vehicles into the campus from 10 pm to <> am.

"The competent authority has taken serious note of the recent incidents of outsiders entering the JNU campus and creating law and order problems during the night.

Those living in the JNU campus will have to show their identity card at the time of entry. They have also been asked to confirm their guests by coming to the main gate or through phone. The statement urged all stakeholders to cooperate with security personnel to ensure security of the premises.

The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) on Wednesday alleged that some drunk men in a car entered the campus and tried to abduct two girl students.

"Two complaints have been received from JNU students - one related to assault and the other related to molestation and attempt to kidnap. Cases have been registered."

In both the cases, the accused and the vehicle are the same and they have been identified and further investigation is underway, he said.

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