UP slapping row: Boy, 8, admitted to ‘good’ school

  • | Sunday | 19th November, 2023

Muzaffarnagar: Following the Supreme Courts directive in the UP school slapping case, the eight-year-old Muslim boy who was slapped by his classmates on the orders of his teacher was given admission to a good school in Muzaffarnagar city on Saturday.Basic Siksha Adhikari (BSA) at Muzaffarnagar, Shubham Shukla, said, Joint director of the state education department, Rajendra Prasad, had come to Muzaffarnagar from Lucknow on Saturday.He took updates on the childs education. I then visited Shardein School, a well known educational institution in the city, and got himadmitted. The boy was provided a seat there in class II and will restart his schooling from Monday.We also published the following articles recentlyBoy in UP school slapping row admitted to good instituteAn eight-year-old Muslim boy who was slapped by his classmates on the orders of his teacher has been admitted to a good school in Muzaffarnagar city, following the Supreme Courts directive. The boy will restart his schooling in class II from Monday, with all educational expenses being taken care of by the state. The incident had caused public outrage after a video of the teacher encouraging the students to slap the boy went viral. The teacher has been charged under a more stringent IPC section for insulting religious beliefs.6 dead in car-truck collision in UPs MuzaffarnagarSix people lost their lives in a tragic car accident on the Delhi-Haridwar national highway. The accident occurred when their car collided with a truck, causing the car to become wedged beneath the truck. Preliminary findings suggest that overspeeding or the driver falling asleep may have caused the accident. Efforts to extract the car involved collaboration between the police, local residents, and a crane. The truck driver fled the scene and the bodies have been sent for post-mortem examination.6 Delhi youths on way to Haridwar dead in Muzaffarnagar accidentSix youths from Delhi were killed in a car accident on the Delhi-Dehradun national highway near Muzaffarnagar. The victims, who were on a trip to Haridwar and Mussoorie, were rushed to the hospital but were declared dead. The car was severely damaged in the accident. Efforts are being made to apprehend the truck driver who fled the scene. The victims were identified as Shivam Tyagi, Paras Sharma, Kunal Sharma, Dheeraj Kumar Singh, Vishal Kumar, and Aman.

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