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The Madhya Pradesh High Court’s Gwalior bench has ruled that scolding and reprimanding a student is not an offense and does not constitute abetment in a suicide case. The court quashed an FIR and other proceedings against the principal, vice-principal, and teacher at Vivekanand Higher Secondary School. The case involved a class 12 student who committed suicide after being scolded by school authorities for bursting crackers in the school toilet. The court emphasized the need for teachers to maintain discipline but stated that scolding is a form of course correction, not instigation to suicide.

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