Teacher Suspended in Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi District After Viral Video Shows Him Drunk on Duty

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In a concerning incident, a primary school teacher in Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi district has been suspended following the circulation of a video depicting him in an inebriated state while on duty. The video, featuring Dalair Singh, the teacher assigned to a school in Dharidhar village of Chassana, quickly gained traction on social media.

Officials took swift action in response to the video, with the chief education officer of Reasi ordering Singh’s immediate suspension and initiating an inquiry into his conduct. The seriousness of the matter prompted decisive measures to address the teacher’s alleged lapse in professionalism.

Pending the outcome of the inquiry, Singh has been placed under suspension with immediate effect. The official statement quoted, “The suspended teacher is directed to report to the deputy commissioner’s office in Reasi for further duties.”

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The incident raises questions about the standards of conduct expected from educators and underscores the importance of maintaining a professional demeanor while on duty. Authorities are committed to ensuring a thorough investigation into the matter and taking appropriate action based on the findings.

This incident serves as a reminder of the accountability educators hold in shaping the learning environment for students and the responsibility associated with being in a position of authority. The education system’s reputation hinges on the professionalism and conduct of its teachers, and incidents like these warrant prompt and decisive action to uphold the integrity of the educational institution.

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