The cooks of tribal residential schools are accused of making objectionable videos of girl students, knowing the whole matter
In a private university in Chandigarh, the matter of some girl students taking a bath went viral, but now a similar incident has come to the fore in Gujarat. This case is of the Valsad district of Gujarat. The family members of the girls studying in the government residential school of the tribals here have accused the cooks cooking there of making objectionable videos of their daughters. After these complaints, the police started an investigation into the matter.
According to the police, the case is of Karchhond village of Dharampur taluka of Valsad district. The family members of the girl students studying in the government residential school of the tribals came to the school on Wednesday and created a ruckus. Also demanded police action against the cooks and other staff members of the family members. Dharampur Police Station Inspector NC Sagar said that the family members of these girl students alleged that the cooks working in the school recorded objectionable videos of the girls. Along with this, he also raised the issue of the quality of food and other facilities being served to the girl students. He said that an inquiry has been ordered into the matter.
Superintendent of Police Rajdeepsinh Jala said that during the investigation no objectionable video clip was found on the mobile phones of the cooks. However, a team of police including the Deputy Superintendent of Police and the Local Crime Branch (LCB) is probing the matter. He said that the issues regarding food and other facilities were raised in the complaint made by the family members of the girl students to the headmaster two days back. There was no mention of video recording by the staff.
Superintendent of Police Rajdeepsinh Jala said that each student of the residential school is being questioned personally by some women representatives. It can be ascertained whether they have faced any kind of misbehavior by the school authorities and staff.