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Govt. school ‘teacher’ Md. Abdul Sattar breaks arm of 5-year-old Hindu girl: Kota, Rajasthan

A shocking incident has come to light from Rajasthan where a government school teacher, Mohammed Abdul Sattar, broke the arm of a 5-year-old girl studying in class 1. There are other sickening allegations against Sattar of physically abusing other minor students too and exploiting them by making them wash dishes and sweep the classroom.

The assault took place on February 23 in primary section of the government senior secondary school in Kheda Rasulpur village under Kaithun police station in Kota district. The girl’s father Rajendra Mehra said that his 5-year-old daughter Amaira is a student of class 1, and came back home crying that day. When probed, she told her parents that teacher Abdul Sattar had thrashed her and flung her to the ground by holding her hand, causing the bone to dislocate.

In the video above, the children can be heard saying that teacher Md. Abdul Sattar would often engage them in menial tasks, such as cleaning utensils, and would also physically abuse them. The father of the girl child stated that Sattar does not fulfill his duties as a teacher and instead forces students to work.

“Father of a 5-year-old girl, student of Class I in Khedarasulpur under Kaithun police station area, on Saturday evening filed a report against school teacher Mohammed Sattar (45) and accused him of beating and thrashing his daughter in the school on Saturday afternoon,” circle officer, Kota Rural, DSP Gagendra Singh said. “The police lodged a case of thrashing against Mohammed Sattar, primary teacher in government senior secondary school, Khedarasulpur village, under sections of IPC and SC/ST Act as the victim belonged to SC/ST community,” circle inspector (CI), Kaithun police station, Harlal Meena said.

Kota Rural police arrested the government school teacher Md. Abdul Sattar on evening of February 23 for ‘breach of public peace’ under Section 151. The accused teacher was produced before a court later in the day on Sunday, February 24 and was granted bail. But, he was immediately detained for interrogation in the case of thrashing under sections of IPC and SC/ST Act. 

Incidentally, just before the pran prathishtha ceremony of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple, Khera Rasulpur villagers had revived their demand to change the name of their village to Khera Rampur.

In another disturbing development involving Muslim govt. school teachers in the same Kota district, the Rajasthan government recently suspended two teachers – Mirza Mujahid and Firoz Khan – posted at a school in Khajoori village of Kota’s Sangod block for involvement in Islamic religious conversion and ties to banned terror outfits. Another teacher Shabana is also said to be facing an investigation in this regard.

The action came after Sarva Hindu Samaj, Sangod, sent a memorandum to the Education Minister, stating that activities of religious conversion such as forcing Hindu girls to offer namaz, and love jihad (grooming of non-Muslim girls for sex or conversion-nikah) have been going on in the school since 2019. The memorandum also alleged that three teachers have connections with banned outfits and Pakistani groups. It further stated that an FIR had previously been registered in this regard at Sangod police station, but no action was taken. Shockingly, locals added that one Hindu girl who was named as Muslim in the school record was abducted by Muslim youths and was yet to be traced.

One can only hope that the govt. authorities prosecute such Islamist ‘teachers’ under criminal charges, and not just stop at cosmetic measures like suspension/transfer.

Such incidents of Muslim school ‘teachers’ harassing & abusing their Hindus students sexually, physically or religiously, or exhibiting Islamist fanaticism, are occurring with alarming frequency –

UP govt. school computer teacher Mohammad Ali arrested for molesting 18 girls, mostly Dalits; used condoms found in school’s toilet

U.P. school teacher Shaista arrested for getting Hindu Class 5 student slapped by Muslim classmate

Ghaziabad, UP: A Muslim tuition teacher attempts to convert children by luring them with chocolate

“Will you marry me? Can I be your bf? Can we mingle?” Teacher Md. Arshad harasses B.Tech students over WhatsApp: Bijnor, UP

“Will bow only before Allah”, UP govt. school teacher Hasmuddin refuses to sing national anthem

TN: Girl takes own life after government aided Muslim school teacher rains obscenities

Muslim teacher Nishat Begum gets outside boys to beat up minor student for wearing a Tilak – MP

“I will teach you the lessons I couldn’t teach in the classroom”- Muslim teacher in Tamil Nadu sexually abuses 9th standard girls

‘Skipped Hindu kings and taught only Mughals, children using Ammi-Abbu at home’: Parents accuse Gujarat school teacher of brainwashing children

Kerala: Muslim teacher who preached Hindu hatred in Hindu-run school arrested

Fatehpur, UP: Teacher reveals Islamist racket to convert Hindus in English medium Nurul Huda school

Assam: Senior Teacher Makes ‘Hijab’ Compulsory For All Girl Students Of A School In Karimganj

Muslim KV school teacher throws Bhagavad Gita in dustbin: Gaya, Bihar

Muslim teacher abducts 14-year-old Hindu student, parents fear Shraddha-like outcome: Begusarai, Bihar

The cases of madrassa and Urdu/Arabic teachers abusing their students are even higher.

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  1. Urdu teacher’s atrocities on hindu girls, ban Urdu in normal schools, mother tongue English Hindi will do, issue of Urdu tutors missing position can be finished in one go….no Urdu…


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