Politics intensified in Rajasthan over a Dalit student's death, BJP attacked the Gehlot government

Politics intensified in Rajasthan over a Dalit student's death, BJP attacked the Gehlot government

Politics intensified in Rajasthan over a Dalit student's death, BJP attacked the Gehlot government political ruckus also started over the death of a Dalit student in the Jalore district of Rajasthan. The whole case pertains to a private school in Jalore where a teacher allegedly thrashed a nine-year-old Dalit child for touching a pot of drinking water, after which he died on Saturday. After this, now the BJP started targeting the government of Ashok Gehtol. Former Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Vasundhara Raje said that the murder of innocent Indra in Jalore is very sad and condemnable. Even though it has been 75 years since the country got independence, the mentality of some people still has not changed. Taking strict action against the culprits of this incident that shames Rajasthan, I demand justice for Indra at the earliest.

On the other hand, Rajasthan BJP President Satish Poonia said that a person commits such acts only when he is no longer afraid of the administration. Countless incidents show that the CM and HM of the state are helpless. Earlier, he tweeted that what was the mistake of Indra Meghwal, a nine-year-old student of Surana, Jalore, that he was beaten to death by inflicting deep wounds on him? Who is responsible for this? Chief Minister, a student of a deprived class is not safe in your rule. Action should be taken against the culprits by helping the victim's family. At present, in this case, the police have arrested 40-year-old teacher Chail Singh and charged him with murder under sections of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

Indra Meghwal, a student of a private school in Surana village, was thrashed on July 20 and died on Saturday at a hospital in Ahmedabad. The state education department has started an investigation into the matter. Jalore Superintendent of Police Harshvardhan Agrawal said that the boy was badly beaten up. He said that it has been told that the child was beaten up for touching a pot of drinking water. He said that the matter is yet to be investigated. The child's father said that his son had sustained injuries on his face and ear and was almost unconscious. According to the father, he was taken to the district hospital, from where he was referred to a hospital in Udaipur.

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