Students were busy in mobile, principal broke 16 phones with hammers

Bengaluru: Today's generation has been completely taken over by mobile phones. People seem to be doing something in their mobile phones. The principal of a college in Karnataka was so nagwar that he seized the students' cell phones from the classroom and smashed it with a hammer.

Now the video of the principal breaking his mobile is going viral on social media. According to the information received, the principal of MES Conscious PU College in Karnataka was fed up with the mobile use of students during the course of the class. He had warned the students several times that if any student was caught using mobile phones during his class or lecture, his mobile phone would be broken.

But the college students, like the general rules and guidelines, were unwittingly engaged in their mobiles during lectures in the class room. The principal was so angry that he immediately called for a hammer and took the students' mobiles and broke it. After the principal broke the mobile, the college officials clarified that the students used their mobile phones during lectures to chat with each other, so the decision had to be taken.

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