A student of Class One was allegedly thrashed by his school teacher for chanting 'Jai Shri Ram' in Sri Ramkrishna Sikshalaya in West Bengal's Howrah district on Wednesday. As per sources, the teacher who carried out the action by allegedly beating the 7-year-old child is missing following the incident, and no FIR has been filed with the police by the school authorities against the teacher.
Furthermore, the family of the 7-year-old kid has reported the incident to the Principal, even then no FIR has been filed against the teacher in the matter. Notably, the school is sponsored by CM Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government.
In yet another shocking incident, a student of Class One was , in a school in Howrah district of West Bengal on Wednesday. The student who was thrashed has been identified as Aaryan Singh and his father has alleged that the teacher of Sri Ramkrishna Sikshalaya in Howrah beat up his child on Wednesday. He added that the student is traumatised in the aftermath of the incident.
As per inputs, the student allegedly chanted the slogans of Jai Shri Ram in the school after other students allegedly chanted the slogan. However, the father of the victim alleged that it was only his son who was brutally beaten up by the teacher.
Speaking to media over the incident, the father of the victim alleged that his 7-year-old son was beaten by the school teacher for raising 'Jai Shri Ram' slogans in the school. He alleged that the incident has made the child extremely nervous, adding that his school teacher asked him not to raise the slogan in school or outside.
"The Sir hit our child and asked him not to say 'Jai Shri Ram' whether in school or outside. He's almost 7 years old and I've never seen him this nervous. He's a courageous kid and I've always encouraged him. He does not want to go to school out of fear. We've scolded him so many times but have never seen such behaviour," the father of the victim said.