11-yr-old Girl Tries to Stab Her Teacher on Mom's Instructions

Published: 09th January 2016 07:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 09th January 2016 07:25 PM   |  A+A-


RAMANATHAPURAM (TN): An 11-year-old girl student of a higher secondary school tried to stab her teacher with a chisel on instructions from her mother, who was upset on being told to get the headmaster's permission for her to attend classes which she had skipped, police said today.   

The teacher, however, managed to overpower her. Police said the sixth standard girl of the school at Chinnakadai area here had left school yesterday without informing her teacher, violating rules which did not permit children go out in the afternoon for safety reasons.   

Fearing that her teacher would reprimand her, she brought her mother with her to the school.

The teacher asked both of them to meet the Headmaster and take his permission to attend classes.   

The enraged mother entered into a heated argument with her and asked her daughter to pounce on the teacher and stab her, police said.            

The teacher raised an alarm when the girl rushed towards her with the chisel and informed the Headmaster.             She also managed to overpower girl and informed police.     

Police tried to take the girl to the police station, but released her after the mother raised a hue and cry.            

Later a woman Inspector and woman Sub-Inspector questioned the duo, who alleged that the teacher was targetting them and they were being harassed frequently.        

The mother claimed her daughter had taken the chisel for 'protection.'       

Today, the mother met the teacher and apologised to her for their behaviour and they parted on a conciliatory note, police said.       

No case had been filed against the woman, they said.

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