Following the beating incident, the private school in DHA on Tuesday suspended five girls from class, including the complainant.
Police sources claim that despite statements of four eyewitnesses being collected, the school administration refused to cooperate with them and did not give the investigation officer access to the CCTV footage of the incident.
A committee was established by the Punjab Education Department to look into the case’s seven named suspects, including principal Bilal, canteen employees Nasir, Hannan Jatoi, Abdul Hannan, Someet, Muhammad Hassan, and Ismail.
On the other hand, the District Education Authority in Lahore received a report on an investigation from the CEO of education. Muhammad Ali, Deputy Commissioner, will decide whether to revoke the school’s registration or levy a fine. Additionally, the girls who fought were once friends, and the incident occurred because of a disagreement about sharing student party photos with the parents, according to the inquiry report provided by CEO Education. There were also no cameras at the cafeteria door.
One of their classmates was brutally beaten by the girl pupils at the private school.
Additionally, the attack’s video was posted on social media, and Aleena’s father’s complaint led to the filing of the FIR for the event.
In the FIR filed at the Defense police station, plaintiff Imran (Aleena’s father) claimed that Jannat, Kainat, Umaima, and Noor Rehman beat up her daughter. Umaima, a boxer, severely abused the victim and even repeatedly stabbed her. Allegations were made that the victim (Aleena) was to be dragged into the drug culture by the girl Jannat, a drug addict.