Kallakurichi: Srimathi Suicide or Murder social media viral on people’s voice but howevee the ECR Sakthi International School Kaniyamoor, Kallakurichi Secretary R Shanthi Ravikumar released a video about that they are fully cooperating with the police investigation into the death of the Kallakurichi student.
Also, the secretary of the school, Shanti, has given an explanation regarding the violent incident that took place today. He said that the original certificates and belongings of the students in the school have been burnt. He further clarified that the Paramal Police investigation is fully cooperating day and night.
She also said that the school is giving open answers to all the questions asked regarding the death of the girl child and all the CCTV camera recordings of the school have been handed over to the police.
She mentioned that the school is now under the control of the police. All teachers and officials have cooperated in the investigation. He mentioned that we are not hiding anything regarding the death of the student Srimathi.
Also, the student’s mother alleged that she was not allowed to meet the school secretary, who explained that she could not meet because the police were investigating that day.
She says that false information is being spread on social media to incite violence and they have created a wrong image of the school. He said that this is the reason for the big riot today.
Many people who studied in this school are in good positions. In this case, they spread rumors about the school administration and incited violence. They also smashed the vehicles in the school premises and set them on fire.
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All the original certificates of the students have been burnt and the lives of 3500 students are now in question, he said.
144 Prohibitory Order has been imposed till July 31 in Kallakurichi taluk, Chinnasalem and Nayanarpalayam. A 144 Prohibitory Order has been issued as the protests by relatives and members of the public turned violent regarding the death of the student.
The Directorate of Matriculation Schools informed that there is no possibility of reopening the school in Kallakurichi immediately. It has also been informed that the District Collector will take a decision on reopening the school.
The Directorate of Matriculation Schools said that the education of 4,000 students has been affected due to the protest.