Nearly 40 students were beaten up by their teachers in Haryana’s Fatehabad district on Monday. According to reports, the students were thrashed after a Class 11 student allegedly whistled inside the classroom.
A police complaint has been lodged against a government school authorities in Fatehabad by parents of students who were allegedly beaten with sticks by their school teachers.
Ten of these students sustained severe injuries and had to be admitted to the hospital. According to reports, the students were beaten up on Monday after a Class 11 student allegedly whistled inside the classroom.
When the students were asked by the teacher about who had whistled, they kept quiet. Three teachers then beat up all 40 students of the class with sticks.
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According to a joint complaint filed by the parents of the students from the class, three teachers namely, Mange Ram, Rajni and Charanjit Singh hit the students.
The parents also mentioned in their complaint that teacher Charanjit Singh also allegedly used casteist slurs against two students who belonged to a Scheduled Caste.
In addition to all this, the complaint said that Charanjit Singh had also threatened to ruin the career of these students by falsely accusing them of molesting the female teacher.
Parents requested the police to take strict action against teachers who showed such brutality towards students.
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