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Watch video: Chhattisgarh school teacher caught on camera getting body massage from students
Recently, a video has made its way to the internet that shows a teacher from Chhattisgarh's tribal district of Jashpur getting a body massage from students.

The video which looks to have been shot in the school staff room shows the teacher asking students to massage his body when then went to get their work checked during the lunch break. The video which has gone viral shoes the students massaging the teacher's head, back and feet.

The leaked video is from the Tumla High School located at Farsabahar region in Jashpur. Three children are seen giving a massage to the teacher who is seen lying on the floor in a relatively crowded school staff room.

As per reports, the English teacher Anup Minj asked the students to massage his body in the presence of other teachers and the students did so without objecting.

Jashpur SP, GS Jaiswal said that although the matter was sensitive as it was related to school children, the matter hadn't been reported to the police so far. The district education officer should have immediately lodged an FIR.

However, SN Panda, district education officer of Jashpur said that an investigation had been ordered and action has been taken against the accused teacher after watching the video.

He said, "The teacher has been suspended with immediate effect and whether an FIR would be lodged or not will be decided on Tuesday."

The teacher Anup Minj has reportedly said that he wasn't feeling well on that day when the students came to him in the staff room, hence he asked them to give a massage.

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