Shikhar Dhawan Slams Teacher Who Hit Kid 40 Times in Three Minutes
India cricketer Shikhar Dhawan has lashed out on the teacher who hit a class three boy for not answering his attendance last week.
The incident took place in in the Utrethia district of Lucknow, and the teacher was caught red handed in the CCTV footage which led to her suspension from the Institute. The video soon went viral across the social media, as many people sent their condolences to the young kid over the abuse he suffered.
Ritesh, a student of St. John Vaidyanya School, was sitting on the first bench of the class and did not stand up when his name was called out. The teacher then slapped the boy continuously and even slammed his head against the blackboard.
He fell unconsciously on the floor, and the teacher was dismissed after the complaint from the kid’s parents, as the management verified the CCTV footage they had from the cameras installed in the classroom.
Dhawan, who is a father of three was very angry with the incident and expressed his anger through his latest tweet.
His tweet read:
“Glad tht shit lady got out of d school nd should hav gt d same beating too as a fairwell fr her..”
Glad tht shit lady got out of d school nd should hav gt d same beating too as a fairwell fr her..??https://t.co/OvfJds8C8q
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) September 10, 2017
Bigger punishments should be given to such teachers who handle their students brutally, as there is hardly any reason for the teacher to slap the kid nearly 40 times in less than three minutes in the incident.
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