Renuka Shahane’s Post On The Gurugram School Incident Is What We All Need To Read Today
Delhi is in news again and for all the wrong reasons. The city destroyed the lives of two innocent lives and their parents forever. A bus conductor slit the throat of a seven-year-old and a security guard raped a five-year-old inside the school premises.
The seven-year-old boy who was killed so brutally was a student of Ryan Internation School and now the protest against the school’s safety protocol raises a lot of questions. Why was a conductor allowed inside the premise? How did he manage to carry a knife? HOW ARE WE EVER GOING TO CONVINCE OUR CHILDREN, THAT IT IS SAFE TO GO TO SCHOOL?
A lot of people took to social media to express their concern over what happened and Renuka Shahane did the same. He shared a post expressing her concern about the entire scenario and how she believes that with so much hatred maybe it’s time for humans to stop existing.
Her post not only reflects her concern but also points out at the flaws that the system has regarding the safety of little children. She also shared some precautions that can be taken by parents in order to avoid such incidents.
Totally shocked, horrified, dismayed by the brutal murder of a seven year old child at the Ryan International School, Gurugram & a rape of a three year old by a peon in another school in the national capital.
How do we make things safe for our kids? Parents drop their kids to school with the trust that our kids will be safe, protected within these walls of learning. But incident after incident points to laxity about the security of our kids despite the high fees in many “International” schools.
She also pointed out the safety loopholes in Ryan International School, Gurugram.
In the case of the Gurugram murder there were so many breaches of security.
1) That the bus conductor or driver were allowed to use the same washroom as the kids.
2) The accused was allowed to carry a knife inside the school.
3) There was no female attendant from the school outside the washroom.
4) When the child screamed there was no one to help immediately.
5) The school management tried to cover up the crime
6) There was a huge breach in the school wall; no doubt a huge risk to the security of the school
You can read her entire post here:
We couldn’t agree more with Renuka but what are we going to do when the protest is over and everyone is back to living their normal lives? What are we going to do when people are going to forget that a 7-year-old boy lost his life and his parents will be devastated for as long as they live?
IF WE WANT A CHANGE, WE MUST NOT FORGET WHAT HAPPENED!
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