Jaipur: Failure to do homework, teacher allegedly beating up a seven-year-old boy, Case filed


Jaipur: A private school teacher allegedly beating up a seven-year-old boy for not doing home work, following which he suffered internal head injuries. Meanwhile family members of boy have registered a complaint against a teacher in Galta Gate police station. The incident took place on August 27, when Laxmi had gone to Ankita Public School in Goverdhan Nagar area.

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"Laxmi was a student of Class I. Chanchal, the teacher, asked Laxmi to show his homework. When he checked Laxmi's notebook, Chanchal got angry as Laxmi had not completed his homework," said Vikas Chandra, who is investigating the case.

Laxmi's parents have alleged that Chanchal slapped their child so hard, that he hit a wall and fell unconscious. "Parents have alleged in their complaint that when their son came back from school, he was unable to recognize his parents and couldn't even speak. Laxmi was constantly shaking his head and complained of intense pain in head," Chandra added. On Tuesday, Laxmi's father Rakesh Kumar lodged an FIR against the erring teacher in Galta Gate police station. "We have registered a case under sections 341 (wrongful restraint) and 323 (voluntarily causing hurt). We have started investigation into the case and awaiting the medical report," police said.

Meanwhile, Laxmi, who was earlier admitted to the JK Lon hospital, has been shifted to the Trauma Unit of SMS hospital on Monday. "He is currently undergoing treatment for internal head injuries, his condition is normal and we are conducting tests," hospital authorities said. Police said that they have recorded statements of the teacher as well as parents of the student.

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