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Karnataka: Headmistress breaks hand of 7th-grade student for worshipping Sri Ganesh, merely suspended

“Karnataka: Headmistress breaks hand of 7th-grade student for worshipping Lord Ganesh idol, suspended”, Opindia, September 21, 2023:

“In a shocking incident, a 7th-grade student was severely beaten and abused by the headmistress of Allikalli Village Primary School in KGF (Kolar Gold Fields) Taluk in Karnataka for worshipping Lord Ganesh. Bhavyashree’s left hand was fractured as a result of the severity of the punishment.

The accused, Hemalatha was suspended on 20 September after the girl’s family members lodged a complaint with the block education officer. Hemlatha was also directed to take care of the medical expenses of the student.

The action was taken on the directive of Kolar Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Krishna Murthy. She was ordered to cover the student’s medical expenses. Furthermore, villagers have also spoken up in opposition to the teacher’s behaviour…..”

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