Kolkata College Expels Students, Sacks Staff Over Alleged Campus “Stripping”
Kolkata College : The choice to reject the second-year understudies and the staff member was taken by St Paul’s Cathedral College based on report presented by a seven-part board of trustees that tested the occurrence
KOLKATA: The experts at a rumored north Kolkata school has removed two of its understudies and sacked a non-showing staff part regarding a claimed stripping occurrence on grounds.
The choice to expel the second-year understudies and the staff member was taken by St Paul’s Cathedral College yesterday based on report put together by a seven-part board of trustees that examined the occurrence, a representative said today.
A first-year understudy, who guaranteed to be an individual from the Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad or TMCP unit of the school, had asserted that he was “stripped bare” and “shot” on the premises on May 17.
In the FIR, the understudy had named the two ousted understudies, the sacked non-showing staff and another outcast. The video clasp of the occurrence, which circulated around the web via web-based networking media, demonstrated the understudy arguing for kindness even as he was compelled to evacuate garments before a gathering of individuals.
The school representative said the council, comprising of employees, inspected the recording of the occurrence before presenting its answer to the specialists.
The board additionally proposed measures to expand security on school premises, including establishment of CCTV cameras and limited section after 5pm, he told correspondents.
The report has been sent to the Higher Education Department of the state government, he included.
West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee had said on a before event that “strict move” would be taken against the blamed for the situation if the charges against them were demonstrated.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)