Aurangabad: A gruesome case has come to light in Aurangabad, the most important district of Marathwada in Maharashtra. In fact, in protest of the molestation of a student at a school in the district, a school teacher stopped a Road Romeo from entering the school premises. The accused youth became so angry that he attacked the headmaster and superintendent of the school with a sword. The incident took place in Makranpur in Kannada area of ​​the district on Friday afternoon. In fact, the accused had earlier threatened the teachers, complaining of the same thing, they were fatally assaulted on the way while they were on their way to the accused’s house.

Where did the incident take place?
Karmaveer Kakasaheb Deshmukh Vidyalaya of Jijamata Shikshan Prasarak Mandal is located in the factory premises in Kannada city of Aurangabad district. The school teaches students up to tenth standard. Majid Jamil Sheikh, a resident of Makranpur area, used to come on a bike outside the school and tease the students for the last few days. The headmaster of the school, A.P. Chavan had repeatedly persuaded him not to do so. When Majid did not listen to them, they stopped him from coming to the school premises.

Sends a photo to my dad
After leaving school on Friday, accused Majeed came to the school gate and started threatening headmaster Chavan. “He takes photos of me while walking in front of the school and sends them to my father on his mobile,” he said. Meanwhile, the accused also abused both the teachers and threatened to take a look at them. The two teachers were on their way home to report the incident to Majeed’s father. Majeed reportedly stopped them on the road and attacked them both with a deadly sword.

Search for absconding accused begins
He immediately rushed to the spot as soon as the incident was reported to the local police. Police have admitted both the injured to Kannada Rural Hospital for treatment. Police have registered a case against the accused in the case though he is still out of reach of the police.

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