7-Year-Old Girl Beaten With Belt For Not Doing Homework


The educational cost educator who beat the Class 2 understudy is on the run.

In another disturbing instance of gross sick treatment of a youngster by an instructor, a 7-year-old young lady was extremely beaten with a belt in Bengaluru for not completing her homework.

At the point when the casualty, a Class 2 understudy of St. Joseph School in Nelamangala, returned home from her educational cost classes on Tuesday night, her folks were frightened to see wounds everywhere on her body.

On being asked, she said that her educational cost instructor, Latha, had beaten her with a belt for not doing the homework.

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As per the Nelamangala police, enraged with the young lady for not completing her homework, Latha professedly got a cowhide belt and 'beat the young lady beat up'.

"We discovered that Latha would beat understudies who were powerless in concentrates, however the guardians used to accuse their own youngsters," The Hindu cited an examining officer as saying.

Regardless of numerous guardians having seen wounds on their kids' bodies, this is the main authority grievance enrolled, the officer said.

"In any case, this is the main grumbling we have gotten against the instructor. An argument has been reserved against her," he said.

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The 40-year-old educator has subsequent to been on the run.