Beijing, Aug 11: Two headmasters and a deputy have been sacked from their posts after a teacher molested his seven students in a school in China's Jiangxi province.
The headmaster of Jiuyuan Central Primary School and his deputy, as well as the head of Shangyuan Village Primary School were all dismissed, the China Daily reported Sunday.
The village school is under the central school's administration.
The government said that between September 2012 and May 2013, Tao Biaogong, a 62-year-old teacher at the village primary school, molested seven girls aged between eight and nine on numerous occasions in their classroom.
Six of the pupils were infected with a venereal disease and are now being treated in a hospital, the government said.
The teacher has been detained by police.