Police became the complainant after parents avoided complaining about student got injured in private school at Bhayli Vadodara
Gujarat State Human Commission Department came into action, negligence of School staff came to light during investigation
A 10-year-old student received eight stitches on the head when a ceiling fan broke in a classroom at a private school at Bhayali in Vadodara. Gujarat State Human Commission Department came into action after the news published and instructing the police to take action against the responsible. Taluka police has taken legal action against the school employees who showed negligence in the matter of student safety.
As per details, the ceiling fan was broken in the ongoing classroom on 14th February 2020 in the presence of students and teachers at Bright Day School at Bhayali. A 10-year-old student was injured in the incident and was shifted to a private hospital and recieved eight stitches on his head. A case was registered by the Gujarat State Human Rights Commission under Suomoto. Vadodara taluka police Second sub-inspector RK Rathwa became the complainant on June 23 this year and registered the General Diary Entry (Janva Jog) matter after the student's parents avoided to report the matter.
The police received a directive from the Human Rights Commission to take legal action against the accused. During the police investigation, it was found out that the responsible staff of the school and the staff in charge of maintenance did not maintain the fitted ceiling fan in time and did not repair it. As a result of their negligence the fan fell on the head of student.