The parents of Class-VI student of St Stephen’s school who was denied entry into the school have now turned towards UT authorities for help who have sought two days to look into the matter. The girl had accused her classmates, two seniors and two class 4 employees of the school of molesting her last month, following which she wasn’t allowed to attend classes by the school authorities.
The girl was first shown the doors on September 12 on the grounds that she was medically unfit. And now when the school reopened after autumn break on October 12, she was again refused to enter the school. The school authorities decided not to allow the girl in school reportedly after her mother indulged in a fight with a Class X student’s mother. This is the fourth time that the girl has been turned out after the allegations were made.
Meanwhile, the girl’s parents met Director Public Instructions, Schools, Sandeep Hans, on Friday hoping to get justice for their daughter. The director said that the department will look into the matter and extend all possible help. He however refused to speak in front of the camera.
The girl’s parents want strict action against the accused. They also want the school to let their daughter attend the classes, as shifting to another school in the middle of the session is not an option.
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