student's broken hand
Additional Chief Secretary of Bihar Education Department KK Pathak issued an order recently. It was said that students who have not been coming to school for 15 consecutive days. His nomination will be cancelled. In Motihari district, a student had to suffer the consequences by breaking his hand. A teacher of a government school in Motihari beat a student so much for not going to school that his hand was broken.
This case of beating of a student is of Chandrahiya Government Secondary School in Mofussil police station area of Motihari. Where a teacher broke his own student's hand by beating him with a steel rod. It was the student's fault that he could not go to school for three days due to personal reasons. When he reached school on the fourth day, he came to know that his enrollment had been cancelled.
beating with steel rod
When the student questioned the school teacher about this, he became furious. He beat him with the steel rod kept next to him to such an extent that his hand was broken. It can be clearly seen in the pictures how badly the boy's hand is broken in the X-ray.
Police reached the spot
When his family members and villagers came to know about this incident, hundreds of people gathered in the school. People surrounded the school. People scolded the teacher a lot. Later, after receiving the information, police of Muffasil and Piprakothi police station also reached the spot.
The student was admitted to the hospital
The police somehow pacified the angry people and arrested the teacher. The police took the teacher to the police station. Also the injured student was admitted to Motihari Sadar Hospital. Where her treatment is going on. There is a lot of anger among the family members and villagers regarding the matter. Action is being taken to register an FIR against the school teacher.
In this matter, Sadar DSP Shikhar Chaudhary said that this matter of Muffasil police station area has come to his notice. Muffasil police station is taking action on this. The child is being treated. Action is also being taken by the family members to register an FIR.
(Report-Amarendra Kumar Mishra/Motihari)