Bhopal. Private school operators of Madhya Pradesh affiliated to CBSE have called off their strike. Online classes will continue in these schools. These people have taken a U-turn on this issue. Now these people will file a petition in the High Court on the issue of tuition fees and economic package. These online classes will continue till the High Court’s decision.
Private schools affiliated to CBSE have called off their strike. The announcement to stop online classes indefinitely has been withdrawn. State Secretary of Aided Schools of Association Neeraj Modi says that in the meeting held with private schools, a decision has been taken to approach the High Court. Private school operators will file a petition in the High Court. Online classes will be continued in the interest of children till the court’s decision. Online classes will be started from July 13 across the state.
Fight with the government, will not interrupt the education of children
State President of Un Aided School of Association, Vini Raj Modi says that in the online meeting of private school operators, a decision has been taken to approach the High Court. He said that all the organizations will file a petition in the High Court against the order of the government. Packages will not be added to WhatsApp again. Even in the work of the government, they will not cooperate in any way until a sympathetic decision is taken on their demands. All the parents who are not paying the tuition fee will have to compulsorily pay the late fee. Till the next decision, the school operators will not pay any kind of government tax.
In the interest of children and parents, online classes will be started from July 13 as they will not harm the education of children in the fight with the government. Modi also said that till the government does not take any decision after considering our demands, the agitation will continue. If necessary, all the director teaching staff will come out on the streets and sit on a hunger strike against the one-sided decisions of the government.
courtesy NEWS 18