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Viral video shows Class XII girl, boy kissing in Gujarat classroom

The video of the act, showing two students kissing in a classroom in Krushikar School in Morva Hadaf, some eight kilometres from here, has gone viral on social media.

Published: 25th January 2020 08:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th January 2020 08:07 PM   |  A+A-

For representational purpose.

By PTI

GODHRA: A report has been sought by education department authorities in Panchmahal district of Gujarat after a boy and girl of Class XII were found kissing in a classroom, an official said on Saturday.

The video of the act, showing two students kissing in a classroom in Krushikar School in Morva Hadaf, some eight kilometres from here, has gone viral on social media.

"We have sought a report from authorities of Krushikar Secondary School in Morva Hadaf after a girl and boy were seen kissing in the classroom in a video," said Panchmahal District Education Officer BS Panchal.

"The school principal has said the video was recorded inside the classroom during recess," Panchal added.

School Principal Ashwin Patel said parents of the two students have been informed about the incident, and statements of the staff and supervisor have been recorded.

"We will question the students, staff on Monday since Sunday is a holiday. We will get clarity on the incident after everyone is spoken to," Patel added.

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  • Chandran

    Thanks for reassuring us that everything is normal. Compare this to news that judges are forcing a rapist to marry his victim..
    1 month ago reply
  • Alice

    Is this even a news.... i dont undst wat wrong they did and why it's called an act
    1 month ago reply
  • Laura

    I don't understand why such a normal thing is reported as news. Why? This is bizarre. - love from Australia
    2 months ago reply
    • Ghoda

      Hardly any meaningful work in the society.
      1 month ago reply
    • ABANI

      No news for news channels.. so they just want to spice up unneccessary things.. pathetic.
      1 month ago reply
    • stam

      @Laura
      2 months ago reply
    • Shreya

      Gujrat is not known as the state which respect individual rights in India. Most of the states don't. Only few Metro cities do.
      2 months ago reply
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