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Teacher Allegedly Assaulted in Manipur, 16 Persons Arrested

Published: 18th June 2015 03:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th June 2015 03:29 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

IMPHAL: Sixteen persons have been arrested for allegedly assaualting a teacher of a missionary school here, the police said today.           

The teacher who teaches computer science at the St Joseph's School in Imphal West district allegedly beat up a middle school student on Tuesday following which the members of Democratic Students Alliance of Manipur (DESAM) assaulted him yesterday, they said.  

Sixteen members of DESAM, including its executive members, have been arrested in this connection and they will be produced in the court today, the police said.            

After Tuesday's incident, parents of the student had lodged a complaint with the school authorities. But not being satisfied with the answer they had approached the DESAM.      

Subsequently, DESAM, a students' body, questioned the teacher and found his answers inappropriate following which he was allegedly assaulted at the DESAM office, the police said.          

The teacher then reported the matter to the school authorities after which his school colleagues sat on a sit-in protest outside the school office yesterday and also asked the students to join the protest, the police added.  



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