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Scuffle between two Ryan International School students

Gurugram, Aug 10, 2019 –

Two Class 8 students of the Ryan International School in Sector 31 were involved in a scuffle in the school premises, but none was seriously injured, a senior school official said on Friday.

The school official, who did not wish to be named, said that the incident took place on Thursday and the principal called the parents of both the students who agreed to settle the matter amicably.

None of the parents have filed a police complaint in this matter, and the SHO of the Sector 40 police station also said that the matter was not reported to him.

The Ryan International School in Bhondsi had hit the headlines in September 2017 when a Class 11 student allegedly slit the throat of Class 2 student inside the school’s toilet in order to get a test postponed.  (Agency)

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