Panchkula teacher sentenced for hurting religious feelings: The Tribune India

Panchkula, September 11

Local police convicted a former teacher at Jainendra Public School, Sector 1, for allegedly hurting the religious feelings of members of the school’s management committee.

An FIR has been filed against Poonam Thakur under IPC Sections 295-A, 298, 420, 447 and 120 B at Sector 7 Police Station on the complaint of Tarun Jain School Secretary, the school said. police.

Jain alleged that on August 14, Thakur, in collusion with other teachers, came to the management committee office and used foul language against the members. She also spoke badly against their religion, he said.

“The management committee found that Thakur had not performed his duties properly and that certain types of irregularities, misdeeds and embezzlement were present in the accounts. On August 14, the management committee suspended her with immediate effect, ”Jain told police.

“The decision was communicated to him on August 15. Despite the fact that she wrongly entered the principal‘s office by filing a frivolous complaint about a theft in the school with an awkward intention to remain in possession of the principal’s office so that evidence of irregularities could be dealt with ” , Jain added. – TNS