Kolkata: A case has been filed against the three people who visited La Martiniere for Boys School claiming that they had been sent by the union human resource development (HRD) ministry in connection with the investigations into the suicide of a student, police said. The HRD ministry has said that it did not send any team to inspect the school.
"A specific case has been launched against the three people based on the complaint of the ministry of human resource development made to the office of the Commissioner of Kolkata Police," said Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Damayanti Sen.
"The team members claimed they were representing the HRD ministry, which they were not. They also had Ashoka emblem on their cards which they were not supposed to carry," said Damayanti.
The HRD ministry has even sought details from the school of the three people - Ramesh Bhattacharjee, Anthony Arun Biswas and Dilip Datta - who visited the school June 23.
"Officials from the detective department lodged the FIR against the three persons," said an officer of Shakespeare Sarani police station.
The premier city school courted controversy following allegations that Class 8 student Rouvanjit Rawla committed suicide after being caned by the principal Sunirmal Chakravarthi. Rawla's father has lodged a complaint against the principal and four teachers
The state government has already announced that it would form an authority where students and their parents can express their grievances about schools and teachers.
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights also conducted a probe and expressed dissatisfaction over the teaching environment in the school. Source: IANS
Case against trio who visited La Martiniere as HRD team
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