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Hyderabad Student jumps off the building as lectures beat him in college



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HYDERABAD, Sept 13: The pain of getting insulted and beaten up by a teacher forced a 17-year-old student to jump off the building.

“Before jumping, he told me that he was beaten black and blue by three lecturers in the college because he had scribbled something on the benches of his classroom. He said he felt humiliated and decided to end his life,” said Manik Prabhu, father of V Sanjay, an intermediate second-year student.

On Monday evening, “He came back at around 6.30 pm and straight away went to the fifth floor of our apartment. He called me at 6.40 pm and told me that he was jumping. Before we could do anything, he had taken the extreme step,” said his father Manik Prabhu.

The boy studying BiPC at Sri Gayatri Junior College in Champapet suffered multiple fractures and was immediately shifted to a nearby private hospital, where his condition is stated to be critical.

However, the college authorities are denying any kind of assault with the student and clearing that they had asked the boy to tell his father to meet the principal. “The student had scribbled obscene messages on the benches following which we had asked him to call his parents for discussions. The allegation that the boy was beaten up by the lecturers is false,” said Santosh Reddy, vice-principal of Sri Gayathri Junior College.

While the parents are demanding Rs 15 lakh compensation from the college, the management offered to pay for the medical treatment of the injured student. “We are not at fault. However, since the student felt pressured, we have come forward to pay for his medical expenses. Apart from this, there is not much we can do,” said the principal. After recording the statement of Sanjay, Meerpet police registered an assault case against the college principal and two faculty members.

“We have recorded the statement of Sanjay. The youngster said that his classmates saw him writing abusive words about a girl student of another class and alerted a faculty member, Sandeep at around 3.30 pm. Sandeep admonished Sanjay and took him to the principal. Another faculty member, Vamsi also came to the principal’s room. While reprimanding Sanjay, the principal slapped him before asking him to bring his father to meet him,” Meerpet inspector N Ch Ranga Swamy said.

Based on the complaint from the victim’s parents, police registered a case against college principal Rohit, lecturers Sandeep and Vamsi under sections 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) and 109 (abetment to commission of any offence) of the IPC. “We will issue notices to the faculty members to appear for questioning and recording their statements, before proceeding further,” the inspector Ranga Swamy said.

Meanwhile, BVP members staged a demonstration in front of the college alleging that students were being subjected to undue pressure and driven to commit suicide. They demanded suspension and arrest of the lecturers responsible for ‘driving the student to attempt suicide’.

Wefornews Bureau


13 kindergarten students injured in Himachal Pradesh accident



Shimla, June 21: At least 13 kindergarten students were wounded on Thursday after their vehicle skidded off the road and fell into a gorge in Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi district.

The accident took place, when students belonging to a private school in Sarkaghat area, were returning home from school when the driver lost control over the vehicle while negotiating a turn near Garli, IANS reported.

According to ANI, one student was killed.

Injured children were admitted to the Zonal hospital in Mandi, some 150 km from the state capital.


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Army operations kill more civilians than terrorists: Ghulam Nabi Azad

BJP’s language of “all out operations” in J&K indicated that a “massacre” was being planned. BJP said the comments were unfair to Army personnel who put their lives on the line to protect civilians.



Ghulam Nabi Azad

NEW DELHI: Congress leader and former J&K chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad sparked a controversy when he said Army operations in the state killed more civilians than terrorists, eliciting a strong response from BJP, which accused Congress of trying to demoralise the armed forces.

In a TV interview, Azad also said BJP’s language of “all out operations” in J&K indicated that a “massacre” was being planned. BJP said the comments were unfair to Army personnel who put their lives on the line to protect civilians.

“They (forces) take action against four terrorists and kill 20 civilians. Their action is more against civilians than terrorists. For instance, they killed 13 civilians in Pulwama and just one terrorist,” Azad said in the interview.

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Gorakhpur terror funding mastermind arrested in Pune




Lucknow, June 21: Gorakhpur terror funding mastermind Ramesh Shah has been arrested in a joint operation by the Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra Polic in connection with the  6 terror suspects who were arrested in March.

On his instruction, the ATS official said more than Rs 1 crore exchanged hands between the Pakistani handler and terror operatives, with major funds coming from the Middle East, Jammu and Kashmir and Kerala and distributed to various states.

The arrest was made from Pune on Tuesday and he is being brought to Lucknow on transit remand.



Inspector General of ATS Aseem Arun said that soon after his arrival, Shah would be produced in an Uttar Pradesh court and taken on remand for further interrogation.

Six persons involved in criminal conspiracy and distributing money into various bank accounts on the instructions given by a Pakistani handler were arrested on March 24 from Gorakhpur, an official told..

The 28-year-old Shah was the kingpin of the gangand he hails from Gopalganj in Bihar and has been operating a shopping mart in Gorakhpur for many years.

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