At least 88 school girls from north-eastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh were forced to undress before classmates as a punishment for allegedly writing obscene words about a head teacher.
The incident reportedly occurred on 23 November, but came to light four days later after the girls – grade six and seven students from Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya – approached a local students’ union, the Deccan Chronicle reported.
The All Sagalee Students Union (ASSU) reported the matter to police after which a complaint was filed against two assistant teachers and a junior teacher.
The accused had reportedly shamed the girls following the recovery of a piece of paper containing objectionable words about the head teacher and a girl student.
Superintendent of Police Tumme Amo said on Wednesday (29 November) that the case has now been transferred to the women police station. “The officer in-charge of the (women) police station said the victims and their …
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