HILL SENTOSA – Four girls form a secondary school here claims hit a teacher up to three of them had sought treatment at the clinic because of unconscious before being taken to Hospital Kuala Kubu Bharu (HKKB).
The incident happened around 5.30 pm on Monday after allegedly angry male students who are noisy and action out of class without permission.
However, the mother of a student involved, MK Mahadewi, 40, said it was different with her statement, S Shanmugi, 13, with three of his friends who claimed to be the truth out before the teacher involved hit them when directed back into the classroom.
“My son said he and his colleagues had asked for permission out but then they are asked to sign before being beaten in the head with a pencil box files and until the swelling while another kicked .
“My son and two friends have a swelling in the head to cause them to lose consciousness when heading to the principal’s office,” he told The Star yesterday.
Mahadewi said, teachers who see the incident immediately to bring them to a clinic nearby.
But he said the clinic did not want to accept the students because of injury-related cases, and they brought back at school.
Mahadewi also disappointed claiming that the school did not inform about it because he only found out after coming to school.
“I was initially worried because it was at 7:45 pm my son was not home when I close it home from school, so I went to school before getting out of the event.
“Annoyed by the incident, I decided to make a police report before taking the child to HKKB.
” The doctor instructed my child be placed in hospital within 24 hours for fear of side effects due to swelling in the head, “he said.
Mahadewi also regrets that the teacher who allegedly hit his son should be more patient and not acting as such to students.
In the meantime, understand that these students out of class request for permission to meet with a student in another class because the book allegedly scribbling their friend.
The purpose of the four girls were believed to be because we want to give comments to the student but blocks the action of the teacher students.
In the meantime, The Star tried to get feedback from the school but could not be contacted.