A 16-year-old boy was allegedly beaten up at a government school in Northeast Delhi’s Bhajanpura by his teachers as he was peeping outside the class through the window, officers said.
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The boy’s mother alleged in her complaint that on September 15, his teacher beat him up for peeping outside the window and threw him out of the class at his school in Yamuna Vihar. Even after he apologised, “the teacher came again later and took him to a separate room, where three more teachers beat him up and threatened him not to reveal the incident,” said police.
The boy’s mother saw his injuries after school, after which he broke down and revealed the incident, police said.
A case of assault has been lodged and all four teachers were bound down and asked to join the probe.
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