Female teacher batters 46 girl students in Assam

Female teacher batters 46 girl students in Assam

Korkajhar(Assam): A chilling incident was reported from Chirang district of Assam where a female teacher assaulted 46 girl students on Friday without any justified reason.
All the students are of Jawahar Navoday Vidyalaya and were studying in 6th, 7th and 8th standards.

The victimized students have reported that the teacher Debashree had asked some of the students to take bath and some to study inside the room.

Then, the teacher without any reason began physically assaulting the students.

Fifteen girl students had to be given immediate medical attention and were taken to Basugaon Primar Health Centre.

A student of class VI (B), Varsha Bhattachrjee reportedly had a broken tooth during the assault.

On Saturday, the parents of the victimized students filed a written complaint with the Deputy Commissioner of Kokrajhar and chairman of JNV, Nitin Khare.

Strict action against the teacher under the Right to Education Act was demanded by the parents. Additional Deputy Commissioner, Dinesh Boro was sent to have a look at the situation.
A show cause notice has already been issued to the teacher by school authorities.
In her defence, Mrs. Deboshree has said that students have become defiant and to control them, physical punishments was required.

She pointed out incidents where teachers were attacked by the parents and how the parents used media to smash teachers over petty things.

The Additional Deputy Commissioner has assured that necessary action will be taken against the accused teacher and an FIR had been lodged under 323/326 IPC at the Basugaon Police Station