A shocking case has come to light from a tribal school in Medak in Telangana. Meanwhile, 150 school girls have been forced to make haircuts due to lack of water in hostels. This incident is of a Gurukul school where the principal of K. Aruna forcibly cut the hair of 150 girls.
They are said to have done so because there was not enough water to take a bath. The principal's move followed protests against him at the school. The incident took place two days ago, though it came to light on Tuesday when the girls' parents visited the hostel on Sunday.
An English newspaper also claimed that the school's principal allegedly called two girls to the hostel after which they forced the girl students to pay Rs 25. At the moment, parents have protested outside the school against the principal following the incident. But K. All the allegations have been rejected by Aruna and said that the girl child has been cut for cleanliness as some of the girls were also suffering from skin ailments.