Sagar News: Human embryo found in missionary school lab, students complain – they get punished for saying Bharat Mata Ki Jai

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Sea: Sensation spread over the discovery of human fetus in missionary-run Nirmal Jyoti Convent School in Bina of Sagar district in Madhya Pradesh. The Children’s Commission team that arrived to inspect was shocked when a human embryo was recovered from the school’s laboratory. The commission’s team had arrived for inspection on the complaint of a student expelled from the school. The commission was also told by the students of the school that they were punished for chanting Bharat Mata Ki Jai and tying kalava.

On Thursday, the MP Child Rights Protection Commission team had reached Nirmal Jyoti School in Bina to investigate the complaint of a student being expelled from the school. During this time the human embryo appeared. The commission team informed the police about this. After this the fetus was confiscated by the police. The commission has also given instructions to register an FIR in this matter. The embryos will be sent for examination on Monday.

Rakesh Patel, the father of the expelled student, had complained to the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights in the month of February. He had said in the complaint that his son was expelled from the school by the principal of Nirmal Jyoti Convent School for not paying the fees. Regarding this, commission members Omkar Singh and Dr. Nivedita Sharma had come to investigate. After questioning the principal, the team started inspection in which several irregularities were found. The commission also objected to the presence of a guest room in the school. Along with this, flaws have also been found in the rules of staff verification and diversion.

According to commission member Omkar Singh, human embryo has been found in the school’s laboratory. The school management has not been able to give satisfactory information about this. In the case, the station in-charge Kamal Nigwal has been immediately instructed to seize the fetus and investigate the matter. The commission will submit its report by Monday.

Report: Amit Prabhu Mishra

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