A Teacher's face turned black by his student's family, know the whole matter

Jul 15 2021 12:44 PM
A Teacher's face turned black by his student's family, know the whole matter

Pune: A shocking case has recently come to light from Pune in Maharashtra. In fact, a teacher who demanded a physical relationship with a minor student of class 11 was severely beaten up here. At the same time, soot was also smeared on her face and the girl's family then beat her up and took him to the police station. The accused has now been taken into custody by the police and the entire case is under investigation. The incident is said to be from The Rest Bagh area of Pune. All this has happened at a reputed school here. In this case, it is alleged that the accused teacher allegedly molested the student last Tuesday and demanded physical relations by luring her to increase her marks in the internal examination.

It is also alleged that the teacher had also asked for money to be given to the student in return. For a long time, when the teacher started harassing the student, she went home and gave all the information to her mother. The student's father then went to school along with others and thrashed the teacher. A case has now been registered under the POCSO Act against accused teacher Abhijit Pawar at Vishrambagh police station in Pune.

Regarding the incident, Bhumata Brigade President Tripti Desai said, "Girls are not safe in Pune. A spy camera was installed in a woman doctor's room recently and now the incident. In the name of admission to class XII, such poor people are trying to exploit girls. Strict action should be taken against such people.'' He also said, "I want to greet the family login, who taught the accused a lesson in this way. We urge more girls to come forward and tell us the truth about such people, then we will deal with them in our own style.''

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