Workers at a college on this district locked up a five-year-old baby in a classroom after they left for his or her properties for the day, failing to note that the coed was left behind, police stated.
The kid named Aditya was later rescued by his members of the family, who needed to break down the doorways of the classroom. Senior officers ordered a probe into the matter on Friday after a video of the incident went viral on social media platforms.
Within the video which is doing rounds on social media, the kid will be seen crying for assist earlier than being rescued by his members of the family. Relations stated that they started trying to find him after he didn’t return residence from college on Thursday.
In accordance with the training division sources, Aditya had fallen asleep contained in the classroom. The varsity’s employees failed to note him and locked the classroom.
Primary Siksha Adhikari (BSA) of the district Maniram Singh stated that the division has taken cognisance of the matter and directed the Block Training Officer (BSO) to research it. Strict motion will probably be taken towards these discovered responsible, BSA added.
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