“Teacher with Disability Justifies Slapping Muslim Classmate in Shocking Incident.”

A teacher named Tripta Tyagi in Uttar Pradesh was captured in a viral video instructing students to slap their Muslim classmate, prompting her to justify her actions as a response to the student’s lack of homework. Tripta Tyagi, who denied any communal intent, explained that she was under pressure from the student’s parents to enforce discipline. She claimed that her request for slapping was intended to motivate the student to complete his assignments. However, Tyagi alleged that the video was edited to falsely portray a communal bias. She regarded the incident as minor and believed it was magnified after going viral. Despite acknowledging her mistake, she expressed frustration at the issue’s escalation by politicians on social media.

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The District Magistrate, Aravind Mallappa Bangari, confirmed the registration of a First Information Report (FIR) against Tyagi following a complaint from the child’s parents. The child welfare committee counseled both the child and his parents. The father of the child recounted that his son, aged 7, had been subjected to repeated beatings by other students at the teacher’s instruction for an hour or two, leaving the child frightened.

In response to the video, politicians from various parties expressed outrage and condemned the incident. Rahul Gandhi criticized the incident for sowing discrimination and hatred among innocent children. Akhilesh Yadav, leader of the Samajwadi Party, called for the teacher’s immediate dismissal and labeled her actions a stain on society. Varun Gandhi, a BJP MP, stated that the incident had brought shame to the nation by fostering hatred within an educational institution. Asaduddin Owaisi, Chief of AIMIM, demanded stringent action against the teacher, attributing the incident to the climate of the previous years.

The video depicted students taking turns to slap the Muslim student, who was visibly distressed. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, led by Priyank Kanoongo, urged people to refrain from sharing the video to protect the boy’s identity.

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