Coimbatore college girl’s death: Trainer arrested; NDMA denies role in drill

COIMBATORE: The Coimbatore rural police on Friday arrested a 31-year-old guy, who claimed to be a teacher from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), for pushing down a 19-year-old faculty scholar from the second one flooring of a building all through a crisis control drill at a personal faculty here on Thursday even because the NDMA clarified that it had not been concerned in the drill and that the instructor had not been approved by way of it.
N Logeswari, a second-year BBA scholar at Kovai Kalaimagal College or Arts and Science at Vellimalaipattinam near Narasipuram, died after hitting the sunshade of the primary flooring of the building.

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Police booked teacher G Arumugam of Vandalur in Chennai beneath Section 304 (ii) (culpable murder not amounting to murder) of the Indian Penal Code. He was stored on the Alandurai police station where further superintendent of police G S Anitha was grilling him.

On Thursday, the varsity control performed a crisis control drill. Arumugam took a theory elegance for the students about crisis control. Later, 20 students have been decided on to jump off the second one flooring to the ground as a part of a coaching to escape all through a crisis.

More than ten students stood at the ground protecting a net, and the chosen students began to jump off the second one flooring.

Logeswari was one in all the 20 students decided on to jump. She sat at the sunshade of the second one flooring since she was afraid to jump. The teacher pushed her down. The woman hit the sunshade of the primary flooring whilst falling and suffered severe accidents on her neck. She was declared brought lifeless in the Coimbatore Medical College Hospital.

The woman's father, A Nallagounder, 63, of Nathegounden Pudur, who is a farmer, informed reporters that his daughter was pushed down by way of the instructor. "When my daughter refused to jump, she should not have been forced to jump. But the trainer pushed her down. The college management did not supervise the drill and I lost my daughter," stated Nallagounder.

Her mother, Sivakami, informed reporters that the varsity control must take the accountability for the incident. “The control didn't tell us concerning the incident,” she stated.

NDMA clarification

The National Disaster Management Authority on Friday clarified that it had no function in the habits of the drill in the Coimbatore faculty.

NDMA tweeted: “Unfortunate that this incidence has happened & we've got misplaced a tender life. Our heartfelt condolences to the circle of relatives. However, the National Disaster Management Authority wasn't concerned in this drill. The teacher wasn't approved by way of NDMA to habits this sort of drill."

Compensation


Condoling the death of Logeswari, Tamil Nadu leader minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Friday introduced a reimbursement of Rs five lakh to her circle of relatives.


The leader minister stated he had directed police and the upper training division to take stringent motion against those who organised the drill “with out obtaining due approval.”




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