Kuala Lumpur, Jul 6 (ANI): The Parent-Teacher Association of a secondary school in Malaysia is seeking the help of authorities to investigate claims that the school principal held karaoke sessions with female students at the girls' hostel.
According to SM Tok Janggut Parent-Teacher Association chairman Datuk Mohd Jelani Jaafar, they had received numerous complaints on the matter, and some of them were from the teachers themselves.
The association has forwarded the complaints to the district education office for further action, reports the Star Online.
Jaafar commented on reports that a female student had been suspended from the hostel for a month after she reported the principal's conduct to the school's senior assistant for student affairs.
The student had claimed that she saw the principal frequenting the girls' hostel between 9pm and 1am for karaoke sessions.
He also said that the claims, if turn out to be true, could tarnish the image of other principals and affect the students' academic performance. (ANI)