VIDEO: Dalit student beaten up by teacher for not bringing plate from home for food

The incident occurred at a primary school in Bani village of Chaubepur development block, in Kanpur.

FPJ Education DeskUpdated: Tuesday, November 01, 2022, 04:01 PM IST
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Kanpur: A minor Dalit student was allegedly beaten up by a school teacher in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur for not bringing a plate of food from his home.

The incident occurred at a primary school in Bani village of Chaubepur development block, in Kanpur.

A video of the same has surfaced on social media showing a minor student being asked by a female, behind the camera, why he was beaten up by the teacher. The child says he was beaten up for not bringing the plate from home.

“In a primary school in Kanpur, UP, a Dalit student was beaten up by the school teacher, because the child did not bring a plate of food from his home. The video is being told of the primary school of Bani village of Chaubepur development block,” reads a caption by one video.

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