The Gwalior police have booked two teachers of a private school under section 304 of the IPC, a day after Class 8 student lost his life allegedly after he was beaten by his teachers. SP Rajendra Singh Chandel said that the two teachers have been identified as Akbar Khan and Sonu Srivastava. Police have initiated an investigation into the matter and are awaiting the autopsy report for further action. On July 12, upon returning from school, Krishna Chauhan, the deceased student, experienced severe vomiting and paralysis in one arm and leg. Yogesh, Krishna's elder brother who attends the 9th standard at the same school, informed the family about the abuse inflicted on Krishna by the two teachers.
The 12-year-old boy had been admitted to the hospital for four days but passed away on Sunday morning. The school in question is affiliated with a prominent member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). According to the family, their son was beaten with a stick by one of the teachers for failing to complete his homework. The incident occurred during scorching heat, with the child also being confined to a room for 30 minutes. Furthermore, the teacher even threatened to throw him off the roof. The entire ordeal was witnessed by the child's elder brother, who also attends the same school. The family's outraged relatives had gathered at the school premises, demanding justice for the heinous incident. The situation was eventually brought under control by the intervention of the police, who assured the family that appropriate action would be taken. Krishna not only endured physical abuse with a stick but also faced further humiliation by the teachers. According to Krishna's brother, Yogesh Chauhan, the teachers physically assaulted Krishna before coercing him into imitating a chicken.
Gwalior student’s death: Two teachers booked by police.
The situation was eventually brought under control by the intervention of the police, who assured the family that appropriate action would be taken.
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