The Othaya high school students have left behind a tail of destruction following a strike that took place in the dead of the night on 29th November as footage now shows the aftermath of the late night strike that has left the school in its most miserable state. Here are the footage that shows the destruction.
Students have begun being unruly yet again after the mid term break which was supposed to give them some time off from books and school compounds. Students of Othaya Boys High school decided to go on a strike rampage as they broke into the school's food store, destroyed foodstuff and stormed out of the school compound.
Over the last few weeks, there has been student unrest in schools across the country as the Ministry of Education and the administration of the schools unsure of what to do. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. The mid term break was supposed to help calm the tensions in schools and restore the order that had been displaced by the students who seem to be burning everything in their wake.
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