Nanguneri Incident Which Caste: Leaders criticise govt. TNCC delegation visits family

Currently, the entire Tamil Nadu state is in shock after coming across the Nanguneri incident. According to the reports, a student and his younger sister were hacked to death in Tamil Nadu. This news has sent shock waves across the state and left people angered. However, people are demanding strict action against the responsible and taking strict options to stop caste hatred and gun culture in the state. As per the reports, the Nanguneri incident is a result of caste hatred and gun culture. In this article, we have shared all the imperative details of this incident. You are asked to stick with this page and go through the page till the end. Drag down the page.

Nanguneri Incident Which Caste

A son of a laborer named Muniandi Ambikapati who was from Nanguneri Perunderu in Tirunelveli district, studying at Valliyur Government School’s Plus 2. Reportedly, the students of the same school from Nanguneri broke into Muniyandi’s house in the night and hacked him and his younger sister with a sickle. Muniyandi was 17 years old and a son of a laborer. The students who hacked them to death critically injured them. As a result, they were taken to Tirunelveli Government Medical College Hospital. It became worse when the cousin of the victims, Krishnan saw the incident and passed away of shock. Take a look below and learn more information.

A case has been registered by the Nanguneri Police under 5 sections including the Prevention of Atrocities Act. As of now, police have arrested 4 Plus 2 students and 3 minors. Currently, all four students have been lodged in the Tirunelveli observation home. Tamilisai Soundararajan who is Telangana Governor insisted that the authorities should take precautionary measures. In addition, leaders and political parties also have condemned the fact that caste hatred and the tendency to handle weapons are rampant among school children. Take a look below and read more details.

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Dr. A Gadson who is the assistant professor of Psychiatry at Tirunelveli Government Medical College said, “Teachers and police are not ready to punish students at present.” Some students indulge in anti-social activities as they are guiltless and group minded, due to this. An investigation is currently under process. The authorities are not leaving any stone unturned to stop caste hatred and gun violence raising in Tamil Nadu state. Reportedly, a teacher in a government school located in Palayankot has been suspended for watching the video on a cell phone. Stay tuned.

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Source: vtt.edu.vn

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