Fees not remitted, school punishes student tortured to write test while standing

1. CM Shri Kamal Nath orders inquiry given, statement taken by DEO 2.If mistake of school management was found its recognition can be cancelled
Bhopal, March 2, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): When a girl student of Class IX were not able to deposit the school fees, then she had to stand for two days and take the examination. This inhuman incident happened Saraswati Coed Higher Secondary School located in Shahjahanabad. After this action of the School Management Chief Minister Kamal Nath directed the officers to take action in this matter, the collector ordered the inquiry by District Education Officer (DEO) Dharmendra Sharma.
At ten o’clock the DEO recorded the student’s statement by reaching home and found the complaint correct. If the management’s mistake is found upon the completion of the investigation then the school’s recognition can be cancelled.
Following the principal’s orders, the teacher did not let the student sit. The student requested many times but the hearing was not done. After suffering harassment for two days, the girl complained to her father. After which he was given a paper sitting on Friday.
The student’s father told that his daughter had been tortured for two days. He said crying on Thursday night that if you do not deposit the fees, then you still have to stand up and give the paper. He told that the principal punished her for standing up and giving the paper.
After this he went to school and spoke to the principal Ajay Khade. So before, he denied the sentence, later he said that call the teacher who stood in front of the teacher and called him. After this Pushpa Madam confirmed the confirmation of the paper. After that on Friday, his daughter was allowed to sit in Hindi paper. He told that in his three-hour paper, his daughter stood in Sanskrit and science paper.
The Chief Minister said: The matter is serious: a video was made about this matter. After being viral, Chief Minister Kamal Nath took cognizance of the matter. He told the officers that after discussing with the student, examine the whole matter. The Chief Minister said that this is a serious matter against human values ​​and a serious matter.
DEO took the statement of the student and his father after reaching home. They found the complaint and viral video correct in initial investigation. The DEO says that the school management and principal have violated the JJ Act, Right to Education Act in this matter. School staff and children’s statements will be held on Saturday.