Rajgarh News: The family of Dalit guest teacher was thrown out of the village by the bullies, pressure is being created to resign.
Rajgarh News: In Rajgarh district, the family of a Dalit guest teacher has been thrown out of the village by the bullies. They are also pressurizing him to resign in the old case. The frightened guest teacher has requested the cluster principal to change the school.
Published by: Arvind Kumar
In Ganeshpura village under Kotwali police station area in Rajgarh, bullies threw a Dalit family out of the village. In such a situation, on Tuesday the victim’s family reached the SP with their complaint, where they were assured of taking appropriate action against the bullies and the victims were taken back to the village under the protection of the police.
According to the victims of the Dalit family who reached the SP office, the village bullies expelled their family from the village and were also stopped from filling water from the hand pump. Also caste based words were used. The whole incident took place due to the resignation in the old case, in which earlier on November 6, they had beaten up our family members and also used caste based words because we did not get the wheat extracted from their thresher machine.
On this, the police had registered a case against the bullies under various sections. On November 20, the bullies again put pressure on our family for a compromise in the same case, attacked us, beat us up and threw us out of the village, complaining about which we have come to the SP. He has assured us of appropriate action.
At the same time, Laxman Singh, a young man from the victim’s family, is a guest teacher in the village. During the phone discussion, he told that he is a guest teacher in the village. But he is so scared of this whole incident that he even verbally told his group principal that his school should be changed. Because here he is in danger of his life from the bullies. The victim said that he is currently posted in primary school Ganeshpura. But now he wants to go to the primary school, Chhuvadalia, for which he has requested his cluster principal.
When Kotwali police station in-charge Veer Singh Thakur was talked to in the matter, he said that only the accused were yet to be arrested in the case. Yesterday six accused were arrested and sent to jail. The allegation of the victim’s family that they were thrown out of the village is wrong. It was nothing like that, they are still in the village.
Courtesy: Amar Ujala
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