The police in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, announced on Thursday that a tutor was arrested for allegedly beating and breaking the hand of a five-year-old girl because she could not correctly spell “Parrot.” The accused educator has been identified as Prayag Vishwakarma (20), a Janta Colony resident. He operates a coaching centre in his colony, within the jurisdiction of the Habibganj police station. The incident took place Tuesday evening. The girl is receiving treatment at a city-based private hospital.
Bhanu Pratap Singh, the maternal uncle of the minor girl, told ANI: “My sister’s financial situation in the Morena district of Madhya Pradesh is precarious. In such circumstances, the minor stays with him here. Prior to admitting students, the school administers tests, so we began sending her to tutoring classes.” “Previously, we forbade the tutor from physically abusing the student. The teacher called on Tuesday to report that the girl had fallen in the bathroom. When questioned, she stated that the tutor had assaulted her, resulting in a fractured hand. Then, we admitted the girl to the hospital and filed a police report regarding the incident “Singh added.
Habibganj Police station has jurisdiction Manish Raj Singh told ANI that a complaint had been received alleging that the girl’s tutor had severely injured her after she was unable to correctly spell the word “Parrot.” “Doctors determined that the girl’s right hand was fractured after consultation. Then, we filed a complaint against the accused under section 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) of the Indian Penal Code and section 75 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act of 2015. The accused tutor has been apprehended, and the matter is undergoing further investigation “SHO Singh added.