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Andhra Pradesh: School de-recognised as teacher forces LKG kid to drink urine

Press Trust of India
Nov 23, 2012 at 06:23pm IST

Rajahmundry: The East Godavari district administration has decided to de-recognise an English medium school at Anarpathy in Andhra Pradesh for allegedly forcing a student to drink urine. The decision came on the basis of an investigation report by the district education officer.

The East Godavari district education officer, Srinivasulu Reddy, sent a preliminary report, after conducting a thorough inquiry, recommending district collector Neetu Kumari Prasad to de-recognise Satyabhama English Medium School at Anaparthy, for allegedly forcing a student to drink urine on Wednesday.

A school teacher, Gouri, was found to have allegedly forced a lower kindergarten (LKG) student to drink his urine, after he released it into a plastic bottle, since he had to answer an emergency call of nature during his class hours.

AP: School de-recognised after kid forced to drink urine

A school teacher was found to have allegedly forced a LKG student to drink his urine, after he released it into a plastic bottle.

The boy informed his parents, who lodged a complaint at the Anaparthy police station and registered a case. The district education officer also warned that similar action would be taken against educational institutions, managements and teachers, who take such action to discipline students.

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