Thayal Grammar high School vice-principal Lateef -ul-Rehman booked for misbehaviour

Posted: ஓகஸ்ட் 12, 2010 in Uncategorized

HYDERABAD: The vice-principal of a high school allegedly tried to outrage the modesty of a woman, whose children study in the school, at Chandanagar yesterday. The incident came to light today after the woman lodged a complaint with the police.

According to police, the 30-year woman from MIG colony went to Thayal Grammar high School situated in the same locality to talk with the school management about her children’s missing note books.

“When the woman went to the staff room, vice-principal Lateef -ul-Rehman locked the door from inside and misbehaved with her. She tried to rush out of the room but Lateef  caught hold of her hand. She   raised an alarm and managed to flee from the room,’’ Chandanagar police said. The woman had earlier worked in the same school for two years, police said.

A case under Section 354 (outraging the modesty of a woman) was registered against Lateef  and he was taken into custody.

Meanwhile,  a 64-year-old  person allegedly tried to sexually assault a minor girl at Meerpet today. The 15-year girl is mentally unsound and a beggar who resides on the pavement at Bhoopesh Gupta Nagar under the Meerpet police limits.

“The girl went to a flour mill owned by Satyanarayana to seek alms when the latter caught her by hand and pulled her inside the mill. As Satyanarayana was about to close down the shutters, locals raised an alarm,’’ Meerpet police inspector K Dronacharyulu said. Locals handed over Satyanarayana to the police who registered a case  and took him into custody.

  1. saintthomasfables சொல்கிறார்:

    Armtwisting the media through newspaper ads?

    Express News Service First Published : 11 Aug 2010 03:08:08 AM ISTLast Updated : 11 Aug 2010 10:12:48 AM IST
    CHENNAI: A few advertisements in Tamil newspapers created a flutter among media circles in Chennai on Tuesday with journalists’ organisations going up in arms against the government demanding action against those who had put out the advertisements.
    The ads basically warned the Tamil magazine Junior Vikatan that a massive agitation would be held in front of its office in Chennai if it failed to apologise for carrying a ‘news’ story in its column titled Mister Kazhugu (Mr Eagle).
    While the column itself deals with political gossip and gives insight into behind-the-scene happenings without actually naming anybody, an organisation called Tamil Nadu Illathu Pillaimar State Association threatened to lay a siege to the news magazine’s office with lakhs of its members.
    Among the morning newspapers, Dina Malar carried the advertisement on its last page, causing ripples in the media circles, as it was widely felt that the tone and tenor of the text amounted to armtwisting the media into submission.
    Though many were baffled as to why a caste-based association should take up the issue — the hush-hush story tells about a Man Friday of a prominent leader in Madurai being beaten up in a closed room in Chennai — the fact that the association should spend a huge amount of money to place the advertisement was seen as a bid to gag the media. It was also learnt that some other newspapers had turned down the advertisement saying it was in bad taste.
    When journalists met at the Chennai Press Club in the evening, they had two more advertisements to take umbrage to. Both appeared in the evening newspaper Maalai Murasu — one on the front page by the same Illathu Pillaimar association and the other on the last page by All India Forward Bloc (Subashist). The FB (Subashist) party announced a decision taken by its office-bearers that a group of 200 lawyers would lay a siege in New Delhi — to the office of ‘the chief journalists association’.
    Journalists at the press club expressed anguish over the posters that had appeared in Madurai with the names of the reporters, who had been presumed to have contributed for the write-up, and the threatening calls that they were receiving. The meeting demanded action against those threatening working journalists.
    General secretary of the Madras Union of Journalists (MUJ) D Suresh Kumar, in a statement, said the threat issued by the outfit was nothing but an open challenge to the State government and its law enforcement agencies. He urged the Chief Minister and the DGP to intervene immediately and take action against VPM Shankar, president of the association, and protect the freedom of the press.

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