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Private tutor dupes parents; student assaulted in Dibrugarh

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DIBRUGARH, March 1 - A private tutor, whose name police have refrained from disclosing, defrauded a couple of Rs 80,000 by promising them to get their daughter admitted to the Little Flower Higher Secondary School here.

The alleged fraud has been missing after collecting the money, police said.

The private tutor in question also reportedly issued a counterfeit money receipt of the school to the gullible parents.

Police are investigationg the matter and are on the lookout for the alleged fraud.

In another school-related incident, a section of parents and guardians today staged protest before the authorities of the Don Bosco Higher Secondary School here for alleged physical assault on a Class III student.

The right hand of the student reportedly got fractured as he was allegedly hit with a cricket bat by teacher Williams yesterday. The parents, after lodging a complaint with the police, vented their ire against the school authorities for adopting corporal punishments despite its ban in the country.

The parents were later joined by members of some local organizations.

The teacher, �Brother� Williams, however, apologized for hurting the student, asserting that it was unintentional.

The parents retreated after the school authorities sought pardon from them and assured to take care of the child by meeting his medical expenses.

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Private tutor dupes parents; student assaulted in Dibrugarh

DIBRUGARH, March 1 - A private tutor, whose name police have refrained from disclosing, defrauded a couple of Rs 80,000 by promising them to get their daughter admitted to the Little Flower Higher Secondary School here.

The alleged fraud has been missing after collecting the money, police said.

The private tutor in question also reportedly issued a counterfeit money receipt of the school to the gullible parents.

Police are investigationg the matter and are on the lookout for the alleged fraud.

In another school-related incident, a section of parents and guardians today staged protest before the authorities of the Don Bosco Higher Secondary School here for alleged physical assault on a Class III student.

The right hand of the student reportedly got fractured as he was allegedly hit with a cricket bat by teacher Williams yesterday. The parents, after lodging a complaint with the police, vented their ire against the school authorities for adopting corporal punishments despite its ban in the country.

The parents were later joined by members of some local organizations.

The teacher, �Brother� Williams, however, apologized for hurting the student, asserting that it was unintentional.

The parents retreated after the school authorities sought pardon from them and assured to take care of the child by meeting his medical expenses.