A teenager in Kerala who had been battling for life at Thiruvananthapuram Ananthapuri hospital after she jumped off the third floor of her school building on Friday, died on Monday morning.
The police had booked two teachers of the school, Trinity Lyceum, located in Thanagassery area of Kollam city. It was alleged that she was scolded by her teachers for a conflict she had with another student. Gauri had a spat with some of her sister's classmates during the interval as they were making fun of her.
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She had reportedly objected to a punishment given to her sister, who studies in class 8 in same school, for talking in classroom. Kollam police has registered a case against the teachers for abetment of suicide. After she complained about this to her elder sister Gauri, the fight began. The teacher had to intervene and reprimanded the girls, after which Gauri jumped off from the building due to the mental harassment. According to the girl's relatives, the teachers even threatened her of not allowing her to take the board examination.
15-year-old Gauri, who hails from Ramankulangara, breathed her last at a private hospital in Thiruvananthapuram at around 2.30 am on Monday.
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