Teacher keeps students confined in school after computer UPS
A teacher in Palamau district allegedly kept some students confined in the school building, after the UPS of the school computer was found missing, a senior police officer said Wednesday. Krishna Mehta, a teacher of a middle school at Bairon found the UPS of the school computer missing and suspecting it to be the handiwork of the students, he allegedly kept them confined in the school after school hours on Monday, Superintendent of Police, Indrajeet Mahatha said.
When the students did not return home till late evening, their family members reached the school in search of them while some local residents also assembled on the spot on hearing the cries of the students, police said. The students were set free following an argument between the teachers and the parent, they said.
The villagers held a meeting in this connection on Tuesday and decided to register a case, which was done Wednesday. A case has been registered by the Officer-in-charge of Women and Child police station, Ganesh Kewat on the basis of a written complaint of the students in this regard, the SP said.
Mahatha said a fair investigation would be conducted by a senior officer into the matter..
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