Nirbhaya case on Sri Chaitanya teacher
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Hyderabad: Teaching is such a noble profession that everyone worships the teacher as God. But, due to few culprits such a noble profession has been becoming disrespectful. In an incident of sexual assault, one of the teachers of Sri Chaitanya in Hyderabad has been charged in a criminal case. He has been booked under the Nirbhaya act.
According to the SR Nagar inspector Prabhakar, a teacher named Bhujanga Rao, originally hailing from Amudalavalasa in Srikakulam district has been residing in Lakshmi Narasimha Nagar near Jubilee hills in Hyderabad for quite some time. He has been recently married and has been working as a Mathematics teacher in SR Nagar Sri Chaitanya School. He started misbehaving with the 8th class students of his school for quite some time. He used to call the girl students one after another to him after the school hours and used to assault them, sexually.
The victimized girls complained with their parents of the incidents. On Thursday, they called on the principal of the school, Usha Devi and complained against him and later informed the SR Nagar police station. The police remanded the accused and filed a case under sections 354D of Nirbhaya act and 509 of IPC. From the other end, the students’ unions demanded to cancel the permission to such culprit schools. They started agitating near the school seeking justice.