Boy Suffers Fracture in School Fight

Published: 04th September 2015 05:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th September 2015 05:16 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:A day after a class 10 student died after a brawl with his classmate at St Joseph’s school in King Koti, a similar incident came to light Thursday. An eighth grade student ended up fracturing his hand after a fight with his classmate at a reputed school in the city. The two students (names withheld) of Bashyam Public School, near Vengal Rao Nagar got involved in an altercation in the class room after school hours. The argument ended in a fight and one of the student sustained a fracture in his hand, while the other sustained minor injuries. Both the students belong to different sections and they were not in good terms. “It is very common for students to fight, there is no need to make an issue out of it,” a teacher said. The father of the injured student took the matter to the Principal’s notice and when she reportedly played down the incident, approached the SR Nagar Police Station. GV Ramana Goud, station house officer at S R Nagar PS said “The student’s father had approached us. But after counselling, he decided against filing a complaint and the dispute was settled.” Although the incident happened on Monday, it came into the light only after the student’s father approached the police Thursday.

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