Four teachers of Milli-Al-Ameen College for Girls were suspended on Sunday after its governing body headed by Trinamul MP Sultan Ahmed held them guilty of assaulting the teacher-in-charge on Thursday.
The allegation of assault against Zarina Khatun, Baisakhi Banerjee, Parveen Kaur and Manjeet Kaur has been found to be true, said Mohammad Jahangir, the secretary of the governing body.
Teacher-in-charge Shabina Nishat Omar had lodged an FIR with Beniapukur police station, accusing the four teachers of assaulting her. The teachers, too, had lodged an FIR, alleging that Omar had assaulted them.
Banerjee vowed to take classes on Monday as she had not received any written order. She also alleged the governing body meeting that decided on the suspension was illegal.
Khatun and her colleagues had allegedly got into a scuffle with the teacher-in-charge in the staffroom after Omar accused the four of insubordination. Following the suspension, the 250-odd students of the college have to depend on the teacher-in-charge and four contractual teachers for classes.