The boy has returned home and is doing well, his parents said.
“After complaining of being sick all night and unable to sleep, the boy was taken to Meerut for examination.
Doctors said the boy was fine.Several people, including a reporter, asked him about it, which upset himNeha Public School It’s an incident,” Irshad, the father of a Class 2 student, told PTI.
When asked about compromises with Tripta Tyagithe school teacher involved in the incident, said her father had no compromises with her.
Education ministry officials, meanwhile, said the boy would enroll in a public primary school if the family agreed.
The department will also facilitate the transfer of other students studying at Neha Public Schools. Kabpur Village Where did the incident take place on Friday?
“The father of the boy who was slapped does not want his son to continue his studies in the Neha public school. A block education officer spoke to the boy and the boy expressed his willingness to study in the village public primary school.” His admission to the public school will be processed on Monday if he wishes,” Muzaffarnagar said. Basic Education Adhikari (BSA) Shubham Shukla told PTI.
Muzaffarnagar viral video: School teacher Tripta Tyagi apologizes for instructing children to beat classmates but denies Hindu and Muslim views
When asked about his son’s enrollment in public school, Irshad said the family had not made a decision because he was upset.
BSA Shukla said private schools in Kabpur village will not be closed and normal educational activities will continue.
“The school has been asked to explain its affiliation to the agency within a month. The school has three teachers and runs one to five classes,” the BSA said.
Neha Public School belongs to the Department of Basic Education, Government of Uttar Pradesh. Currently, 50 students are studying at this school.
Asked by schoolteacher Chagi if she would continue to teach at the school, Shukla said it would depend on what the police did with her.
The BSA also said Block Education Officers will go to Neha Public School on Monday and make arrangements for students who want to come there to study.
“There is a public primary school in the village. Children who want to go there will be enrolled there. Students who want to continue their studies in private schools can do so because they have already paid for it. Such procedures are necessary,” said the BSA, which will be completed by authorities so that parents (of children) are not exposed to additional burdens.
Amid a flurry of outrage from all quarters, police arrested Chagi, a schoolteacher, on Saturday for allegedly making a collective remark by ordering students to slap a Muslim classmate for not doing their homework.
The Ministry of Education has also sent a notice to schools regarding this issue.
Chagi was charged under IPC Articles 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing injury) and 504 (deliberate insult with intent to induce a violation of the peace) on the complaint of the boy’s family. Both were unacceptable crimes. Such crimes are bailable but do not result in immediate arrest and require a warrant.
The action came a day after Chagi released a video of him asking students to slap a boy in class 2 and making a collective statement at Neha Public School in Kubapur village.
In her defense, Tiagi said the video was altered to heighten tension. She claimed the video was filmed by the boy’s uncle.
Tiagi said it was wrong to slap a student at a classmate, but she was forced to do so because of her disability and being unable to stand up and reach out to a student who was not doing their homework. said.
(with PTI input)clock Muzaffarnagar viral video: School teacher Tripta Tyagi apologizes for instructing children to beat classmates but denies Hindu and Muslim views