Case against teacher for misbehaving with student
By Express News Service - KOCHI
20th December 2012 09:54 AM
The Thrikkakkara police have registered a case against a school teacher for misbehaving with a student here on Monday. According to the police the case has been registered against Moitheen Shah, a native of Kothamangalam.
He had been misbehaving with the students for the past several months. Some of the students dropped complaints against the teacher in the school complaint box.
However, the school management did not take action. When the teacher continued to ill-treat the students, one of the students informed about the issue the parents. On the basis of this, several parents staged a protest in front of the school. Later, the Thrikkakkara police registered a case in this regard.
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