Students' conflict ended with a stabbing. Photo: website of the Technical College of Makhachkala, http://therpk.ru

14 September 2021, 16:20

Incident in Makhachkala college raises safety issues

In a Makhachkala college, a conflict of two students ended in stabbing. Instagram users have expressed surprise at the fact that a minor managed to bring a knife into an educational establishment.

On September 13, two students quarrelled in one of Makhachkala colleges. During the conflict, one of them wounded the other with a knife, after which he fled the venue. According to preliminary information, the conflict occurred due to the fact that one of the students teased the other because he lisped.

Information about the incident was posted in the Instagram account of the Dagestani Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA).

Some commentators have noted that the incident was the result of harassment. "It is due to the absence of spirituality that people commit immoral acts that entail grave consequences. Children stab each other. When did this happen in the Caucasus?" the user pollycab has asked.

"Minors are already walking around with knives," the user ismagomedov wonders.

"Why is no one interested in the question: a student goes to classes; why is he carrying a knife with him? Let them search everyone at the checkpoint and confiscate such things; this is still a cold weapon," the user dragonfly_777 has noted.

"It looks like metal detectors need to be installed. As far as I know, this is not the first such case at educational establishments," the user _face_ writes.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on September 14, 2021 at 05:29 am MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

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