Christian student beaten up for using washroom in Faisalabad

The headmistress beat Sara Bibi up and locked her in the washroom for three hours for using a washroom used by Muslims


Our Correspondent November 11, 2015
PHOTO: AFP

FAISALABAD:


The headmistress of a government primary school in Chak 228-GB, a Samundri Saddar police precinct, allegedly thrashed a Christian student for using the school washroom used by Muslim students for Muslim students. 


According to media reports, some of Sara Bibi’s classmates had alerted the headmistress that she had used the washroom. The headmistress had then beaten Sara Bibi up and locked her in the washroom for three hours, till the school closed for the day. Samundri Saddar SHO Muhammad Afzal said they had not received a complaint in this regard. He said they would take action if someone filed a complaint.

EDO Bashir Zahid Goraya said he could not comment on the matter because he was not aware of the facts of the case. He said they had formed a committee to investigate the report. “We do not allow any form of discrimination on the basis of faith, caste or creed at our schools.” Maulana Asad Khan, the khateeb of Jamia Masjid at Ghulam Muhammadabad, says Islam did not prohibit people of other faiths from sharing washrooms with Muslims. “If the school headmistress has beaten up the girl for using the washroom, we strongly condemn this act.”

Published in The Express Tribune, November 11th, 2015.

COMMENTS (3)

syed & syed | 5 years ago | Reply @darvesh: Is the excretion of Muslims is more pious then that of other religions.Take the Head Mistress to task as well as those students creating distinction.
darvesh | 5 years ago | Reply Though Hindu has left the country almost seventy years ago cast system effects are still there in some pockets of society. God there is no discrimination in Islam on the basis of religion cast creed colour.
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