This Assam Teacher Took Intimate Pics With Student And Posted Them On Facebook, Police Ignored And Took No Action

The anger is rising all across the country after an incident like this has flashed across the internet.

No doubt the country is full of sane and sorted people, but it’s incidents like these that remind us of how demons still exist and walk around us freely.

In a shocking incident, a teacher identified as FaizuddinLaskar, in the small town of Katlicherra in Hailakandi district, Assam did a LEGIT photo shoot with a student in obscene poses. A local channel, DY-365, reported the incident and said that Laskar is a “serial offender”.

Words don’t just come out after seeing the guts of this teacher (or whatsoever) to be so pathetic to come out in the open and post such pictures online.

The chalkboard in the background suggests that this act happened on the school premises. So here is a question, where the hell on this earth were the authorities?

The teacher (pedophile) works at Model High School, Katllicherra. He reportedly posted these pictures online. Since then, many people have reported the pics and it has attracted a major social media outrage.

Well, this is not his first time. The channel further reported an earlier case where he faced the rage of a mob after getting caught for molesting a woman. In a fit of rage, the mob brought him to justice and even cut his finger.

As soon as the pictures went viral, the girl’s parents filed an FIR against him. Police interrogated the teacher but he WASN’T arrested which resulted in a  mounting tension within the people of Hailakandi.

People are also accusing Monirul Islam, the senior most police officer at Lala Police station, Hailakandi for inaction.

This raises a serious question on the school authorities. Should they have not checked a man’s background before hiring? Were they not responsible enough for shaping the lives of these innocent children?

 

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