Saya lebih mengenali Alif – Ibu

 

KLANG 29 Mac – Ibu kepada murid tahun dua yang didakwa dipaksa memotong lidahnya sendiri, Muhammad Alif Shukran Alias, 8, kesal apabila ada pihak yang cuba menu­duh anaknya sengaja mengada-adakan cerita me­ngenai kejadian itu.

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Siti Nurhuda Ibrahim, 29, berkata, sebagai ibu, dia lebih mengenali sikap serta perwatakan sebenar anak sulungnya itu.

Menurutnya, adalah lebih baik semua pihak menunggu hasil siasatan polis sebelum membuat pelbagai andaian dalam kes berkenaan.

“Saya tidak kisah dengan sebarang tuduhan terhadap anak saya. Kalau nak bercakap biarlah adil. Saya tetap dengan pendirian seperti sebelum ini.

“Apa yang nak ditakutkan? Tunggu sa­jalah hasil siasatan polis,” katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini.

Dalam satu kejadian buli di sebuah sekolah rendah di sini yang disifatkan paling tragis pernah berlaku Khamis lalu, Muhammad Alif Shukran dipaksa memotong lidahnya sendiri.

Dia mendakwa dipaksa berbuat demikian oleh sekumpulan lima murid tahun tiga dari sekolah yang sama ketika waktu rehat.

Menurut Muhammad Alif Shu­kran, kejadian berlaku kira-kira pukul 3.45 petang semasa dia ke tandas berseorangan.

Ketika hendak keluar dari tandas, dia ditahan oleh murid-murid tersebut yang memaksanya menggunting lidah sendiri.

Akibat kejadian itu, lidahnya putus sedikit di bahagian hujung dan menerima satu jahitan.

 

Sumber: Utusan Malaysia

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Kementerian Pendidikan belum terima laporan kes gunting lidah

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KUALA LUMPUR: Kementerian Pendidikan masih menunggu laporan penuh berhubung kes seorang murid di Klang, Selangor yang didakwa dipaksa menggunting lidahnya sendiri, minggu lalu.

Timbalan Menterinya, Datuk P Kamalanathan, berkata pihak sekolah sudah diarah menghantar laporan secepat mungkin.

“Setakat ini, laporan belum diterima bagi membolehkan kita mengambil tindakan selanjutnya.

“Kita perlu melihat laporan penuh pihak sekolah dan polis sebelum bertindak terhadap mereka yang gagal melaksanakan tanggungjawab,” katanya ketika ditemui pemberita di lobi Parlimen di sini, sebentar tadi. Khamis lalu, media melaporkan seorang murid Tahun

Dua cedera selepas dikatakan dipaksa menggunting lidah oleh beberapa murid Tahun Tiga di sebuah sekolah di Klang, Selangor.

Sumber: Berita Harian

 

Sekolah nafi lepas tangan kes potong lidah

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KLANG 27 April 2015. Pengarah Pendidikan Negeri Selangor, Zainuren Mohd Nor. STR/Muhammad Sulaiman

SHAH ALAM: Pengurusan sebuah sekolah di Klang menafikan dakwaan pihaknya bersikap lepas tangan dengan tidak membawa murid Tahun 2 yang mendakwa dipaksa memotong lidah sendiri ke hospital secepat mungkin.

Pengarah Pendidikan Negeri Selangor, Zainuren Mohd Nor, berkata perkara itu dimaklumkan pengurusan sekolah menerusi laporan yang dihantar kepadanya.

Berdasarkan siasatan sekolah, katanya, pengurusan sekolah terus menghubungi ibu bapa mangsa sejurus kejadian.

“Sekolah mendakwa kejadian berlaku dalam kelas dan bukan di tandas. “Ketika kejadian, seorang guru berada dalam kelas terbabit tetapi memberi perhatian kepada kumpulan pelajar lain,” katanya ketika dihubungi BH di sini, hari ini. Zainuren berkata, pihaknya menyerahkan siasatan kepada pihak polis.

Khamis lalu, murid Tahun Dua sebuah sekolah di Klang, Muhammad Alif Shukran Alias, 8, mendakwa dipaksa memotong lidah sendiri oleh sekumpulan murid lain.

Sumber: Berita Harian

 

Education Ministry promises action against bullies who forced pupil to cut off own tongue

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry will take action against those involved in the bullying of a pupil who was forced to cut off the tip of his tongue at a school in Bukit Tinggi on Thursday.

Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan said a probe into the five Year Three pupils accused of bullying their schoolmate was underway, and that action would be taken once the probe is completed.

He also said the ministry would wait for the police to complete its own investigation into the incident, which has drawn nationwide attention after pictures of the bloodied pupil went viral on social media.

“We have to allow the police to complete its investigation.

“If the allegations (against the five Year Three pupils) are true, the ministry will take action against those involved in the incident,” he told reporters at the Parliament lobby here on Tuesday.

Kamalanathan said a full report of incident would be submitted to him in due time, and that further action would be taken based on the evidence gathered.

“The school’s headmaster should have submitted the report by now, but I am still waiting for it,” he said, adding that the ministry would also investigate claims that the school’s teachers had failed to ensure the safety of students.

“If there is truth to what the parents claimed, we will take action against the (teachers) who failed to carry out their responsibilities.

“I have to wait for the full report because many things are being said.” Asked whether there was a need to review the standard operating procedure (SOP) in schools, Kamalanathan said:

“If teachers follow the SOP, it is good enough because it was drafted by teachers and education experts who had years of experience.”

Klang Selatan police chief ACP Azman Abdul Razak on Tuesday said police were now in the process of obtaining statements from various parties including the victim, witnesses, suspects and teachers involved.

“To record statements from the victim and witnesses was the biggest challenge to police as they were young, under 10-years-old. “We needed to wait for them to calm down before statements could be taken,” he told reporters.

Source: New Straits Times

 

Education Ministry to appeal for Jalan Cheras apartment project to be halted

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PUTRAJAYA 17 MARCH 2016. Timbalan Menteri Pendidikan, Datuk P Kamalanathan di sidang media mengenai kelas Pupils on Language di Putrajaya. NSTP/AHMAD IRHAM MOHD NOOR

 

KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry will be appealing to the city council to relocate a planned 27-storey service apartment next to SJK(T) Jalan Cheras here, to another suitable plot of land.

Its deputy minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan said on Monday, Deputy Federal Territories Minister Datuk Dr J. Loga Bala Mohan had asked for the project to be halted to allow for a study and dialogues among stakeholders to be conducted.

“I have requested City Council executive director (planning) Datuk Mohd Najib Mohd to enforce this directive as soon as possible for a depletion study to be conducted. The status of the construction, on a 0.76 acre land, will completely be based on the report.

“I understand that the residents as well as the school’s parent-teacher association (PTA) do not want this project to go on and would not want the school to relocate (due to this project),” he said at a press conference, here today.

Kamalanathan said he would be writing an appeal letter to Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor on the matter soon to consider relocating the 27-storey service apartment elsewhere by getting an alternative location for the developers.

The developer of the apartment had started their piling works for several months, he said, and the project was expected to continue for the next four years. “I hope we can find an amicable solution.

That’s my sole purpose here. The children should benefit from any development. We will continue to help the school but at the same time we want to have a happy ending for everyone,” he said.

Kamalanathan also confirmed that the government had allocated RM1.5 million to SJK(T) Jalan Cheras to build a two-storey building at its current car park to accommodate the increasing number of students in the future.

The building would be able to house 12 classrooms. The school’s PTA would be organising a peaceful protest outside of school grounds tomorrow (Wednesday) to show their dissatisfaction over the matter.

“That was a decision made by the Parent-Teacher Association. It’s something that I have no control over as it was an independent decision,” said Kamalanathan after touring the school grounds.

Source: New Straits Times

Look into gangsterism to stop school bullies, says Chong Sin Woon

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KUALA LUMPUR: The authorities must look into gangsterism in schools as circulars and school prefects may not be the answer to curb bullying, says Deputy Education Minister Chong Sin Woon (pic).

Chong said there were already circulars in place to protect school children but whether they were implemented would need to be “rechecked”.

“We have to work with the police,” Chong told reporters after launching SMJK Chung Hwa Kuala Lumpur’s 97th anniversary on Tuesday.

He was commenting on the case of a Year Two pupil who was allegedly forced to snip off the tip of his tongue by five bullies.

Chong said he was shocked by the news, adding that apart from police investigations, the ministry had ordered the district education office to hand in a report.

He admitted that school bullying had become more “worrisome” in school these days and the ministry would be monitoring social media for such cases.

“We need not wait until somebody lodges a formal report. As long as they appear, we will investigate,” he said.

The alleged bullying happened in a classroom at SRK Batu Unjur, Bukit Tinggi, last Thursday.

The boy’s mother, a 28-year-old cashier, lodged a report the following day at the South Klang district police headquarters.

Police are expected to wrap up investigations this weekend.

 

Source: The Star

 

School fears damage to building from high-rise project

 

TEACHERS and parents of SJK(T) Jalan Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, are worried that an upcoming high-rise project next to the school will affect its structure,Malaysia Nanban reported.

The plan for developing the land formerly owned by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) was mooted six years ago. The school management had met DBKL officials and requested that the land be given instead to the school for expansion.

However, they recently received a letter saying that the land had been sold to a developer.

A school board member said the building would shake occasionally, sparking concerns of safety, especially among parents of the 300 students.

Source: The Star