Madurai teacher breaks student's kneecap, booked


A case has been registered also against school correspondent for not informing the parents about the incident, the additional government pleader informed the Madras High Court bench here when a petition by the boy’s father seeking action against the two came up for hearing on Thursday.

A B Valayapathi, in his petition, submitted that his son, Ayyanan, a hockey player, was hit hard with a golf bat by his teacher Devakumar on October 27 after which he lost concious.
When the boy woke up, he found himself in a local hospital, where he was operated upon for a broken kneecap. He was discharged and sent home on October 30. Till then his parents were unaware about his whereabouts.

As the boy complained of pain on reaching home, he was rushed to a hospital in Madurai. An X-ray revealed a screw, which had broken into three pieces, was fitted to join the broken kneecap, causing the pain, the petitioner submitted.

Though he had given a complaint against the correspondent and the teacher to Kodaikanal Police, no action was taken, the petitioner noted. The boy was present in the court with broken pieces of the screw removed from his knee.

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