CEO visits GHSS Laridora, terms allegations baseless
Four Teachers Arrested: Police
EVE-TEASING BY TEACHERS?
Baramulla, June 21: A day after four teachers of Government Higher Secondary School, Laridora, here were arrested allegedly on charges of eve-teasing, the Chief Education Officer, Baramulla, visited the institute on Friday and held talks with the students.
Four teachers of Govt Higher Secondary School, Laridora, were arrested by Chandoosa police on Thursday after some of the students of the institute resorted to protests and ransacking of school furniture on Wednesday over the alleged eve-teasing by some school lecturers during a picnic a few days back.
A formal complaint was lodged by some locals in the police station Chandoosa against the teachers, prompting police to arrest the accused teachers of the school. The complainant in his application has charged the teachers of the institute of fiddling with the school girls.
"Based on the complaint, we have arrested four teachers of the Higher Secondary School Laridora. However, we have not questioned girl students of the school yet and neither questioned principal of the institute," said SHO Chandoosa, Parvaz Ahmad.
The principle of the institute while talking to Greater Kashmir, termed the charges beyond reality. He, however, added that in order to maintain discipline during picnic, he ordered minimum use of music and dances during the picnic.
"In order to maintain discipline, I had instructed the students not to resort to any indecent behavior. However, when I found rampant use of music in the buses, I even scolded some of the teachers who were in charge of discipline," said Abdul Hamid, Principle of the school.
Meanwhile, Chief Education Officer Baramulla today visited Government Higher Secondary School Laridora and held talks with the students of the institute.
"No student has leveled charges against the arrested teachers and instead they all demanded immediate release of the arrested teachers. I think there has been a deliberate attempt to defame the institute. Scores of students also staged protests on Friday demanding immediate release of the teachers," claimed Rouf Ahmad, CEO Baramulla.
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