Teacher booked for corporal punishment

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OKARA: A woman teacher of a private school was booked for torturing a fifth class student at Chak 20/2-L, Renala Khurd, on 2nd April 2024.

As per the first information report (FIR), Maaz was allegedly beaten by his teacher, Samaha, with sticks as a punishment.

When he returned home, he told his parents about the incident. His father complained to school principal Anwar, who turned a deaf ear to the complaint.

Later, Maaz`s father approached the police station concerned after getting a medico-legal certificate and a case was registered against the teacher.

Acknowledgement: Published in Dawn News on 3rd April 2024.

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