Mangalore: The teacher who made the slanderous audio of Gerosa School go viral has been fired

Kavitha, a teacher of Thokkott St. Sebastian School, who made a slanderous audio about Jerosa School in Mangalore went viral, has been given a gate pass by the school management.

Kavitha Tokkott was working as a teacher at St. Sebastian’s School. Kavitha’s daughter Jerosa was a student at the school. Kavitha’s audio had gone viral where she had a conversation at Gerosa School accusing the sister of blaspheming the Hindu religion.

Behind this incident, Vishwa Hindu Parishad and BJP workers, led by MLA Veda Vyasa Kamat, had besieged the Gerosa school. During the investigation, it was revealed that this audio was made by Kavitha, the parent of a student at Gerosa School.

The parent Kavitha was also a teacher in another school, she was a teacher at St. Sebastian’s School in Thokkott. Kavitha was dismissed from the service of the organization where she was working because the case of Gerosa school got wide publicity and created an atmosphere of pro-opposition conflict and threatened the harmony of the society.

Kavitha told the media that Sebastian sent me after telling the management of the school that they do not need her services anymore, as the school directly told them that they do not need my services, I also came out without asking for a job. Kavitha’s daughter is a student at Gerosa School.

Teacher Kavitha complained that the Sebastian school management board dismissed the teacher of her school for spreading slander about another school and received a threatening call through WhatsApp after she was dismissed from the school.

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