According to the authorities, Muthappa, a teacher at Adarsh Primary School in a community in the state’s north, beat the youngster with a shovel.
Bengaluru: A 10-year-old boy died today in Karnataka after being beaten and shoved from the first-floor balcony of a government-run school by his teacher. The police stated Muthappa, a teacher at Adarsh Primary School in Hagli village in the northern portion of the state, assaulted the youngster with a shovel. Bharat was a student of Class 4.
“The reason is not evident now…prima facie, it looks like some familial issues among them,” Shivprakash Devaraju, a senior police official in Gadak district, told reporters.
Muthappa had also thrashed Bharat’s mother, Gita Barker, a teacher at the school. She is being treated at a nearby hospital.
The individual, who was a contract employee, is currently missing.
Similar Incident in Delhi
A similar event was reported at a school in Delhi last week. In a flash of rage, the instructor attacked a Class 5 pupil with scissors and tossed her from the first floor of a government school building.
The attack took occurred during the craft class.
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Another instructor attempted but failed to stop Geeta Deshwal from tossing down the pupil.
Doctors said the infant was promptly rushed to the hospital and was stable. She has a cheekbone fracture and is unable to eat or drink. In the fall, she also hurt her head and leg.
The Delhi municipal government runs the school in question. The teacher has been detained and is facing attempted murder charges.