While more than 60 students filed a complaint with the Borivli police station on Tuesday against the Nalanda law college for not reserving their seats when they took offline admissions for first year of the law course, only two or three students approached the University of Mumbai's grievance cell regarding the same.
When contacted, senior police inspector, Narayan Khaire, Borivli police station, said, "We are still investigating the matter and the case has not been filed yet."
Talking to dna, Dr M A Khan, University of Mumbai, said, "We were approached by only two to three students in the Nalanda matter. We are dealing with their complaints. But it would have been better if the students would have approached us as a group like they went to the police. It is not in our hands to allow the college to increase one more division, but the bar council of India is the authority to take this decision and the college will have to approach them."