As a big thing to worry about, incidents of students reportedly developing shocking behavior are getting increased in Tamil Nadu. In the past few days, incidents of students misbehaving with teachers and fellow students were reported in the state. These incidents raise doubt about the problematic attitude of the students.
Following this, the state Education Minister expressed his concern about the attitude developed by the students. Addressing the Assembly House, the Tamil Nadu School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi said that, the problematic behavior of students will not be entertained and they will have to face dismissal from the schools.
Amid this, another incident that raises various questions about the problematic situation, a school student was subjected to body shaming from his fellow classmate. Despite asking multiple times to not pass such comments, the boy did not change his behavior.
Unable to face the body-shaming experience, the 12th class student reportedly killed his classmate by stabbing him multiple times. The issue was taken to the notice of the local police by the school authorities.
Following the due procedure, the cops presented him before the court, and following the court orders, the accused student was sent to the child's home so that the experts can examine his mental status to know why he behaved sharply.