Grym barnaga standard i Indien

Aga är inte längre tillåten varken i Sverige eller Tyskland. Men titta här – i Indien är det fortfarande använt i tusen former. Liksom i Afrika – men där har de lärt sig den uppfostringsmetoden av de vita (det är fakta – det var helt okänd i Afrika innan dess). Men jag vet inte om det var likadant i Indien – tror inte det.
Kanske någon kan kolla. Nu ser det i alla fall ut så här /Einar

Advice For School Teachers: Dare To Be Strict
By Ms.Swaleha Sindhi

http://www.countercurrents.org/sindhi210215.htm

The corporal punishment is a regular affair in thousands of schools in India. Children not only carry overload of text books and note books on their tender backs, but bear the brunt of canes for silly reasons like socks. Shoes, shoe laces, ribbon color, plating hair, oiling hair, putting nail paint, ‘kneel down’ under hot sun, to complete the assigned writing work in kneel down position (kneeling down on the earth is painful). The time has come to re-examine the saying ‘spare the rod and spoil the child’. Children are at receiving end both at their own homes and schools from parents, teachers and non-teaching school authorities. Almost all schools inflict corporal punishments on students for various reasons. However, law basically does not agree with any excessive punishment to beings, which would be definitely a violation of personal right

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