Thugs sent to beat parents who protested because netball teacher allegedly assaulted student
A male sports instructor has been taken into custody over an incident of allegedly assaulting a 15 year historic schoolgirl of Gampola Nugawela Nayapana Maha Vidyalaya.
The sufferer has stated that she was now not in a position to attend netball practices as she was sick; at which second the sports activities trainer had lost his mood and had assaulted the woman after which she was once hospitalized. Though the
schoolgirl was admitted to Gampola Teaching Hospital with injuries sustained in the assault, the police have no longer at first no longer taken steps to arrest the trainer concerned.
In the technique a group of dad and mom have protested in front of the faculty to the effect that injustice had been done and on that event some thugs who seemed on behalf of the said teacher had arrived on the scene and had created hassle and dispersed them after which a heated state of affairs had flared up.
The woman underneath reference had been following netball practices and as she had felt sick closing Monday she had advised that she was no longer in a position to attend practices. This instructor had then beaten up the girl after which the dad and mom of the lady had lodged a criticism about it with Gampola Police and Pussellawa Police. However, no perfect inquiry was carried out for 5 days neither by way of the school nor the police which then provoked these mother and father to interact in a peaceful protest in this connection on Friday (23). During their protest a crowd of young guys and young female who supported the trainer who emerged from the school grounds had grabbed the placards of protest in the palms of the protestors who engaged in this peaceable protest and had torn them apart. They had even broken cameras of mediamen who had been present there.
Subsequently, Gampola and Pussellawa Police who arrived at the spot have added the depend to a settlement with Pussellawa Police arresting the suspect teacher. He was then produced earlier than Nawalapitiya Magistrate Mr. Shrinith Wijeysekera on Friday afternoon and was once released on a bail of Rs. 50000. It was once one Eranda Deshapriya Bandara Nagahawatta living in Harangala who was therefore arrested. When Mr. Upali Hennayaka, the essential was questioned about this, what he stated used to be that he was not present in school at the time of that incident.