2nd class student killed in private school bus collision in Chennai: Case registered against school administrators | 2nd class student killed in private school bus collision in Chennai: Case filed against school administrators

Chennai: Located in Alwar Thirunagar, Chennai Private school Jayasubhash, the governor of the school, in connection with the incident in which a 2nd class student was killed in a van collision. Chief A case has been registered against Thanalakshmi and Gnanasakthi, an employee who unloaded children from the van.

Vetrivel is from Virugambakkam area of ​​Chennai. He is working in a private IT company in Bangalore. His son Alwar was a second class student of Sri Venkateswara Matriculation School in Thirunagar. Today, as usual, the student arrives at the school van. When the other students got out of the van, the van returned to the school van to pick up the item he had left behind.

Then, the driver took the van reverse to park the van for parking. As a result, student Dixit, who was trying to get into the van, failed and fell down. The injured student was taken to a private hospital in Vadapalani for treatment. However, doctors said that student Dixit died on the way to the hospital. Following this, the body of the student was taken to Rayapettai Government Hospital for autopsy. Valasaravakkam police have registered a case and arrested the van driver.

Following this, the school’s governor Jayasubhash, Chief Dhanalakshmi and Gnanasakthi, an employee who unloaded children from a school van, have been charged under Section 304 (a) of the Indian Penal Code (resulting in non-violent death). Police arrested Gnanasakthi, an employee who was unloading children from a school van who was negligent during working hours.

District Education Officer Inquiry: District Education Officer Marx conducted an investigation into the student victim at the Alwarthirunagar private school. The Director of Matriculation Schools has ordered the private school to file a report on the student fatal incident by today.


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