Auraiya Dalit Student Death: After the death of the teacher, the officer was pelted with stones and the vehicle was burnt in front of the police.

Publish Date: 27 Sep, 2022 |
 

In Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya, there was a fierce ruckus last night after the death of a class 10 student due to the beating of a teacher. There angry people have pelted stones at the police. The police car has been set on fire. Last night angry people demonstrated with the body of the student. 

After the respect of the police, the family has cremated the child today. Actually, there is a ruckus in Auraiya over the death of a 10th class Dalit student. It is alleged that the death of the student was due to the brutal beating of the teacher in the school. Angry people demonstrated outside the college by placing the student's body on the road.

Teacher missing

On receiving information about this incident, the school was closed on Monday. The accused teacher is absconding, and the police are looking for him. A case has also been registered against him. After the postmortem, the body was handed over to the relatives in the evening. At the same time, the relatives took the dead body directly to the school by ambulance and started protesting. On the other hand, Bhim Army members also reached the village and created a ruckus. As the ruckus escalated, the family went to the village late in the night with the body of the student. Police force also reached the village.

Matter takes political turn

The matter has also taken a political colour. Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad 'Ravana' made a ruckus against the Yogi government. In Auraiya, a school student dies due to ruthless beating by a teacher and the police want to forcibly conduct the last rites against the wishes of the family, we stand firmly against this dictatorship.

 

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