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Teacher slaps her young pupil for missing registration

  • The incident occurred in a school in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh
  • The teacher Retica John hit the student as many as 40 times in only two minutes 
  • The school’s principal fired the teacher, despite her appeals to reconsider
  • The boy’s father has filed a police complaint against the teacher 

A teacher has been caught on camera slapping a pupil in the face and shoving him because he failed to answer his name during attendance.

The shocking incident occurred in St. John Vianney School in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.  

The teacher Retica John hit the student as many as 40 times in only two minutes all while he kept begging for mercy.

But the teacher did not relent and kept beating him. The pupil’s minor offense was that he did not reply to his name during attendance.

The incident came to light when the pupil went home. He was quiet and his cheeks were all red. 

His father asked him what was bothering him but he did not reply.

The concerned parent eventually came to know that his son had been punished at school after he spoke to the boy’s schoolmates.

A teacher has been caught on camera slapping a pupil in the face and smashing his head into a blackboard because he failed to answer his name during attendance

Thereafter, he approached the school’s principal Ronald Rodriguez and told him about what had happened. 

He urged the principal to check the footage from CCTV installed in the pupil’s classroom.

Footage showed the teacher mercilessly hitting the child in the 7th period of the school day.

The shocking incident occurred in St. John Vianney School in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh

The shocking incident occurred in St. John Vianney School in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh

After seeing the footage, Mr Rodriguez fired the teacher, despite her appeals to reconsider his decision.

Meanwhile, the boy’s father has filed a police complaint against the teacher. The case is under investigation. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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