Private schools are opened if no financial support is given

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Saharapur. The provincial president of the Uttar Pradesh Secondary School Teachers Association, Dr. Ashok Malik said private schools were closed for two years due to Corona. School administrators and teachers are going through a financial crisis. If the government does not provide financial support by June 30th, private school operators will be forced to open schools.
In a meeting held at Ayesha Model School on Sunday, Dr. Malik that there is a constant demand from the government to release the economic package, but the government is not worried about the private school operators and teachers. He said private schools teach 25 percent of children under RTE for free. But the government isn’t even able to pay their fee refund money. If no financial aid is received by June 30th, he will be forced to open the school. He said the government anticipates the third wave coming after August that could affect children. He asked when the government was bringing the vaccine for children to protect them from Corona. The meeting was chaired by Ravinder Gupta while it was chaired by Amjad Ali Khan. District President KP Singh, Metropolitan Gayur Alam, Mujahid Nadeem, Praveen Gupta, Shan Elahi, Wajahat Ali Khan, Sarfaraz Khan, Shamshad, Wasim Akhtar, Mehtab Ali, Mukesh etc. were present at the meeting.

Saharapur. The provincial president of the Uttar Pradesh Secondary School Teachers Association, Dr. Ashok Malik said private schools were closed for two years due to Corona. School administrators and teachers are going through a financial crisis. If the government does not provide financial support by June 30th, private school operators will be forced to open schools.

In a meeting held at Ayesha Model School on Sunday, Dr. Malik that there is a constant demand from the government to release the economic package, but the government is not worried about the private school operators and teachers. He said private schools teach 25 percent of children under RTE for free. But the government isn’t even able to pay their fee refund money. If no financial aid is received by June 30th, he will be forced to open the school. He said the government anticipates the third wave coming after August that could affect children. He asked when the government was bringing the vaccine for children to protect them from Corona. The meeting was chaired by Ravinder Gupta while it was chaired by Amjad Ali Khan. District President KP Singh, Metropolitan Gayur Alam, Mujahid Nadeem, Praveen Gupta, Shan Elahi, Wajahat Ali Khan, Sarfaraz Khan, Shamshad, Wasim Akhtar, Mehtab Ali, Mukesh etc. were present at the meeting.

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