9th class girl suicide case: Parents allege teachers used to harass and molest the teenager

21 Mar 2018 12:15 PM

9th class girl suicide case: Parents allege teachers used to harass and molest the teenager

Updated 21 Mar 2018 12:15 PM

A class 9 student committed suicide in her house in Noida on Tuesday. As per the family, the 15-year-old reportedly, committed suicide after she failed in her 9th class exams.
The girl was taken to Kailash Hospital, Noida, where the doctors declared her dead.
The teenager's parents have alleged that the teachers harassed and molested her. The two school teachers of Ahlcon Public School then deliberately failed her in two subjects.
The principal Ahlcon Public School said that what happened was very unfortunate but our school is very child-friendly.

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