Manisha Thapa of Bharrabsthan in Palpa region has been admitted to a nearby wellbeing office after she was purportedly tormented by her teacher. She is a 6th grader at Bhairab Janata Secondary School in the region.
She was allegedly controlled Murga discipline, a difficult stance utilized as a flogging, for four hours for her inability to do schoolwork.
She felt wiped out after the occurrence and was taken to the wellbeing establishment, Thapa’s relatives said. They said the wellbeing office has alluded her to Kathmandu for further treatment.
In like manner prior, 12-year-old Sushmita Ruchal, a 6th grader at a similar school, needed to remain in United Mission Hospital for four days after she was supposedly given murga discipline for her inability to do homework. “Ruchal went oblivious after her discipline and was admitted to the doctor’s facility,” said her family.
In the event of Ruchal, the casualty’s family is yet to record a case with police. “The school organization being referred to is squeezing us not to document a case,” her family said.
An understudy pioneer Bishal Oli blamed the school for attempting to dissent the liable educators.
While the meeting between the District Education Office, head of different understudies’ unions, the school foremost and the educator being referred to called by the DEO taking after the episode consented to make a move against the liable, the school vital Narayan Kunwar couldn’t be come to by the telephone for input.