People walk past damaged school buses that were set on fire by a mob in the school campus in Kallakurichi, Tamil Nadu state, on Sunday. Reuters
Protesters forcibly entered the school campus in Kallakurichi district in southern Tamil Nadu state and set school buses and police vehicles on fire as they demanded justice over the student's death, The Times of India newspaper reported on its website.
The teenager was found dead in the hostel of the private school on Wednesday. She allegedly left a suicide note naming two teachers and saying that they had tortured her and some other students by forcing them to study all the time, local media reports said.
Parents and protesters have demanded an independent investigation of the incident.
Teachers and school management have denied all allegations of mistreating students including the dead girl, while local media reported that police had found no evidence against them either.
The injured police officials were taken to a local hospital and security has been ramped up by local government officials.
A video clip of the alleged torture, which surfaced on social media last week, showed the four girls wrestling the victim to the ground by her hair and repeatedly punching her.
The three teachers, all in their 30s, reportedly told investigators that their treatment of the toddlers was "discipline,” while the director said he had the document signed only to protect privacy of those involved and denied trying to cover up the abuses.
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