Strict action will be taken against Christian missionary school, will not let those who commit cruelty to the student escape: NCPCR


The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has taken cognizance of the cruelty on a Hindu girl student and pressure by the Christian Missionary School for conversion.

Tamil Nadu: The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has taken cognizance of the brutality on a Class 12 Hindu girl student in Tamil Nadu and pressure by Christian missionary school to convert. Commission chairman Priyank Kanungo says that the Tamil Nadu DGP has been ordered to take strict action against the Christian missionary school. Strict action will be taken based on the statement of the girl child and her parents. All points will be investigated and no guilty will be allowed to escape.

A Class 12 student committed suicide by consuming poison in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. She was a Hindu and studied at Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School, Tirukattupali. There was pressure on him to convert. When the girl refused, she started being harassed. School officials said that if you want to study in school, you have to become a Christian. Tired of this harassment, the girl committed suicide.

The girl student was staying at St Michael’s Girls Hostel near the school for the last 5 years. It is being told that the government-aided Christian Missionary School canceled her leave after the student refused to convert. She wanted to go to her home in Pongal. Along with this she was forced to do chores like cleaning the school toilets, washing dishes. Upset, he consumed the pesticides used in the school garden on January 9. When his health deteriorated, his family members were called and told to take him home. The relatives admitted him to the Government Medical College Hospital in Tanjore, where he died on January 19 during treatment. His video has also gone viral on social media.


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