Rajasthan: Teacher arrested for sending obscene messages to girl students, number was taken from college group

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Rajasthan Police. (signal picture)

A sensational case of a teacher’s debauchery has come to light from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. The girl students complained against the teacher, after which the police caught her. In fact, NCC teacher Nikhil Jose of St. Xavier’s School sent obscene messages to a pass out student of the school through Instagram. Invited him to a liquor party and a meeting outside the school.

It is being told that the accused teacher made obscene messages to more than 10 girl students. When the girl students of the school got very upset, the girls got together to teach a lesson to the accused teacher and started a campaign against him on social media. The obscene messages of the accused teacher are now going viral on social media.

Police arrested the accused

Ashok Nagar Police Officer Surendra Kumar said that St. Xavier’s School teacher Nikhil Jose resident of Suez Farm Ram Nagar Extension has been arrested under the IT Act for sending obscene messages on the Instagram ID of the girl student. At the same time, the police have also got screen shots from the mobile of the accused teacher. At the same time, after the arrest, it was revealed in the interrogation of the teacher that he had come to know about sending the message from his ID a day before.

number taken from school whatsapp group

Preliminary investigation revealed that accused Nikhil Jose is an NCC teacher in C-Scheme and Bhankrota. WhatsApp groups were created for online classes in the school. It is alleged that the teacher started doing private chatting by taking the student’s number from the group itself. Initially the student did not respond. The teacher later offered to meet him at the hotel for a drink. Many girls of the school also sent obscene messages to the students around 10 pm. Called him outside school to meet him on the pretext of homework.

When the students who had passed out from school came to know about this, they started an online campaign to teach a lesson to the teacher. A student of the school also uploaded a video of 27 minutes 31 seconds on Instagram.

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