Students of a girls’ school in Arunachal Pradesh were allegedly forced to undress by three teachers as punishment for writing vulgar words against the head teacher.As many as 88 Class 6 and 7 students of the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya in Tani Happa (New Sagalee), Papum Pare district, were subjected to the humiliating treatment on November 23, the police said.The matter came to light on November 27, after victims approached All Sagalee Students Union (ASSU), which filed an FIR with the local police.According to the FIR, two assistant teachers and a junior teacher forced 88 students to undress before other students, following the recovery of a piece of paper containing vulgar words about the head teacher and a student.Papum Pare Superintendent of Police Tumme Amo confirmed the filing of the FIR by ASSU. He said the case has been forwarded to the women police station.A team of the All Papum Pare District Students Union (APPDSU) met with students and teachers on Wednesday, and found that an unidentified student had written vulgar words on a piece of paper, mentioning the name of the head teacher and a student, an APPDSU release stated.The teachers then demanded an explanation from all 88 students, who were later made to undress before other students as punishment, it said.PUNISHMENT?A junior teacher forced Class 6 and 7 students to undress as punishment after a teacher found a paper with vulgar words written about the head teacher and a student.
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