WATCH: Matiari college clerk humiliates student's father over admission

Authorities take action after video goes viral with staffer now suspended

News Desk October 07, 2018
The girl's father who had come to the New Saeedabad Government Degree College for admission from the Senior College Clerk Janib Keerio is made to plead on his knees to him. SCREENGRAB: EXPRESS

A video of a clerk at a Matiari government college humiliating a female student's father over admission has been doing the rounds on social media, Express News reported on Sunday.

The girl's father, who had come to the New Saeedabad Government Degree College for admission, was made to plead on his knees by the senior college clerk, Janib Keerio.

In the footage, the father can be seen pleading to Keerio to at least return his daughter's mark sheet if he is not giving her admission.

However, the college staffer's high-handedness led to the man forced to beg on his knees for him to return it despite others also telling him to do so.

WATCH: Chakwal school principal ‘mercilessly’ thrashes minor student

After the video went viral on social media, Sindh's Education Minister Syed Sardar Shah called for action to be taken against Keerio along with the college's administration. Authorities have now suspended the senior clerk over the incident.

Earlier on September 25, a video of a school principal thrashing a young student in Chakwal school had gone viral, drawing backlash of social media users who called for severe punitive measures for the academician.

In the footage, apparently captured with a mobile phone, the head of the Ali Angel School, Talagang, Shafiq Awan is seen beating the helpless, minor child with a stick. He also seen scolding the child as he thrashes him.

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