Sunday, May 07, 2017

Doctors afraid that student might lose his eyesight after severe thrashing by teacher that caused injuries to head, eye

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A student reported to school unprepared for the days lessons and that angered the teacher so much he flogged him all over causing injuries that might lead to the loss of an eye. Geo News Reports that this is not the only case in this area as some have suffered from corporal punishment up to the extent of losing their senses and ability to stand or walk without support. Read the stories below;
A teacher at a private school here in District Chishtian allegedly tortured a Grade 7 student for coming unprepared into the class, inflicting severe injuries on the child's head and eye.
The student, thereafter, was transferred to the Tehsil Headquarter Hospital Bahawalnagar.
A case has subsequently been registered against two teachers, police said. The security officials added that instructors at the Chak 51 Fateh area school had reportedly engaged in beating the 7th-grader with sticks for turning up in the classroom without preparing for the day’s lesson.
One of the kid’s eyes was badly wounded in the thrashing. Although doctors at the THQ Hospital
Bahawalnagar administered first aid to the torture victim, they advised shifting him to Bahawalpur Hospital for the fear that the student might lose his eyesight in the hurt eye.

The kid’s father revealed the school’s administration tried hushing up the issue.
Following the incident, SHO Bakhshan Khan Saifullah disclosed that a First Information Report (FIR) has been registered as per request of the victim’s father. “Further investigation is currently underway,” he added.

The torture continues without fear...

Another school teacher in April 2017 reportedly beat a fourth-grade student at Garhi Hameed Gul School in Charsadda, after which the kid was shifted to the DHQ hospital for medical attention.
While a case was filed against the perpetrators on the parents’ request, District Education Officer Siraj Ahmed took notice of the incident, saying two teachers were suspended over the allegation. A probe into the matter was launched.
In addition, 14-year-old Mohammed Ahmed – a student at Larkana Cadet College – lost his senses, when a teacher strangulated him late last year, breaking sensitive bones in his neck. The kid lost his ability to speak and suffered a paralytic attack that left his limbs motionless.
Pushed forward with the help of Geo News’ reporting of the incident, Ahmed was sent to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital in Ohio, US in February through the help of provincial health department under CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah’s directive.
Ahmed successfully managed to speak his first few words on March 24 post-treatment, as observed in a video with Geo News, in which he is seen standing without support.

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