In two major shocking news reported from UP, a teacher ended up thrashing his class 8 student and broke both of his legs. Meanwhile, minors were forced to wash toilet by the school principal. While the first incident was reported from Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district, the second incident occurred in state’s Ballia district.

At a government school in Shamli district, a 14-year-old boy, identified as Deval Kashyap, paid for his school absence by having both of his legs fractured. When Deval did not attend classes for over 18 days due to illness, one of the school teachers gave him a shocking thrashing to. So much so that Deval suffers fractures on both his legs among other injuries.

In Ballia meanwhile, a principal reportedly forced his school students to clean the toilets. Earlier this week, a viral video showing primary school children being made to clean the school toilets went viral. The incident reportedly occurred in Pipara Kalan village from Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia district.

In both the incidents, the administration has assured “appropriate” actions against the school faculties. District Magistrate Jasjeet Kaur assured the parents of the class 8 boy of getting justice. Block Education Officer Akhilesh Kumar Jha in the Ballia incident claimed that the video will be investigated and necessary action will be taken.

The Facts of the Matter

While the state of education continues to improve in many states, Uttar Pradesh has remained guilty of incidents involving cruelty against school students. In two such incidents, both coming from different parts of Uttar Pradesh. At a government school in UP’s Shamli district, a 14-year-old boy was thrashed so brutally by his school teacher, that he suffered fractures on both his legs. Meanwhile, in Ballia district’s Pipara Kalan village, a school principal forced his students to clean the school toilet.

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Incident 1 – Shamli District, UP

At a government school in UP’s Shamli district, 14-year-old Deval Kashyap was thrashed by his teacher. The class 8 student had reportedly been absent from school for over 18 days due to illness. Deval’s absence somehow enraged his teacher so bad that he thrashed him to a point his legs would get fractured.

Parents Allege Police Inaction

The incident was brought to the fore after the victim student’s parents took to the District Magistrate, alleging police inaction in the incident. The victim’s father Bablu Kashyap told media that despite repeated requests, the police did not act on the matter, following which he decided to reach out to the district administration.

The victim’s mother, Shiksha Devi, told media that Jasjeet Kaur, the district magistrate, assured them of swift justice in the incident.

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Incident 2 – Ballia District, UP

Meanwhile, elsewhere in Uttar Pradesh, a group of primary school children were made to clean the toilets in school on the directions of the principal. The incident was reported from the state’s Ballia district in Pipra Kala Primary School, located in Sohav Block.

Video Shows Minors Cleaning UP Toilets

Further, the entire incident was caught on video, visuals of which are going viral. In the video gone viral, several students, who appear to be no more than primary class students, are cleaning toilet in the presence of their school principal. The principal is monitoring the entire situation as the minors continue cleaning the toilets.

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After the incident’s video went viral, Akhilesh Kumar Jha, the Block Education Officer mentioned that the video’s authenticity is under investigation. “The education department will get this video checked and if it is correct then appropriate action will be taken against the principal,” he said.


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