Lucknow Police detains class 6 girl for stabbing class 1 boy in Brightland School

18 January 2018, 10:30 PM

Lucknow Police have detained a girl studying in class 6 for stabbing her junior, a class 1 boy, in a Lucknow school on Thursday.

The student was was produced before the Juvenile Justice Board after questioning.

Senior Superintendent of Police (Lucknow) Deepak Kumar said, “We have detained the student and arrested the school principal for not informing the police about the incident.”

Another police officer said, “The hair found from clothes of the injured boy has been sent for forensic test.”

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The victim’s parent narrating the boy’s ordeal said, “Didi took me to bathroom on the second floor of the school and attacked with a knife.”

The minor is recuperating  from deep cut injuries at the KGMU trauma centre.

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A class 1 student was brutally attacked with a sharp weapon by a senior student at Lucknow’s Brightland School on Tuesday.  The incident had come to light on Wednesday after parents of the student lodged a complaint with the local police.

Police said, teachers found the class one student lying unconscious in pool of blood with hands tied in a school toilet around 10am on Tuesday.

First Published: Thursday, January 18, 2018 05:47 PM
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