Patna: The case of the death of a girl student has come to light in the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Residential School operated in Thatia village under Rosda police station area of Samastipur in Bihar. Here a 13-year-old student of seventh grade died under suspicious circumstances. The family members of the student-created a ruckus with the villagers over this matter and have also made serious allegations against the school warden.
While ordering the investigation of the case, the body of the student has been taken for postmortem. It is being told that Khaturba Mahato, a resident of Khaira village under Rosda police station area in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Residential School, told that her 13-year-old daughter was studying here for 2 years. A phone call from the school to the father of the student said that his daughter's health is poor. When the father of the student reached the hospital, he found the daughter dead. On receiving the information, the relatives reached Rosda Sub-Divisional Hospital have accused the school warden Gayatri Kumari of death due to negligence. The biggest thing is that the warden is coming under suspicion with his own statements.
Gayatri Kumari, the school's warden, says that the student had fever and was brought to Rosada Sub-Divisional Hospital for treatment. Where the doctor said after the checkup that the girl was dead. At the same time, when asked in this regard, Dr. Anil Kumar, he said clearly that the girl was already dead and she was brought to the hospital in a dead state. Now the needle of suspicion is turning towards Gayatri Kumari, the warden of the school.