For a school student in Churu district of Rajasthan, not doing homework became the cause of death. For not doing homework, he was hit so much by his teacher that he died.
- beaten to death for not doing homework
- Student’s postmortem done
A heart-wrenching case has come to light in Kolasar village of Salasar in Churu district of Rajasthan. In a private school here, a Class VII student was brutally thrashed to death by the teacher. The only fault of the 13-year-old was that he had not done his homework, due to which the angry teacher allegedly took his life.
According to SHO Sandeep Bishnoi of Salasar police, Omprakash, a resident of Kolasar, has lodged a complaint that his son Ganesh was a Class VII student of Modern Public School, a private school in Kolasar. Who had been going to school for two-three months. Ganesh had complained to his father three-four times in the last 15 days that his teacher Manoj used to beat him unnecessarily. On Wednesday also Ganesh went to school. At around 9.15 am, Ganesh’s father Omprakash got a call from the school’s accused teacher Manoj that Ganesh had not brought homework, so he was beaten up due to which he became unconscious.
The father working in the field asked the accused teacher whether he had fainted or died? On this the accused teacher said that he is pretending to be dead. After some time Omprakash reached the school, where his wife was already present. The rest of the school children were terrified.
The children told that the accused Manoj mercilessly beat up Ganesh with kicks and fists and thrashed him on the ground. Ganesh bled because of this brutality. After the arrival of the relatives, the injured child was taken to a private hospital in Salasar, where the doctors declared Ganesh dead.
SHO Sandeep Bishnoi said that Omprakash, father of the deceased Ganesh, has filed a case against teacher Manoj Kumar under section 302. Taking immediate action, the police have arrested the accused teacher. Salasar police have kept the body of the child in the mortuary of the state hospital. Here the postmortem of the deceased student was done from the medical board of three doctors.