Parents descended against the arbitrariness of schools.



Dehradun, Parents led by the National Association for Parents and Students’ Rights (NAPSR) held virtual shutdowns across the country. Parents, along with children, in their workplaces and homes, demanded the government to ban the arbitrariness of private schools by holding placards in hand.

Dehradun, Parents shut down voluntary India on the birth anniversary of Bhagat Singh against the arbitrariness of private schools and deception in the name of online education. Parents led by the National Association for Parents and Students’ Rights (NAPSR) held virtual shutdowns across the country. Parents, along with children, in their workplaces and homes, demanded the government to ban the arbitrariness of private schools by holding placards in hand.

The protests started at 10 am in a virtual protest led by NAPSR National President Arif Khan. As part of the demonstration, the parents voluntarily closed their establishments, took posters from their workplaces and homes in hand and took photographs and sent them by tweet and mail to the PMO, HR Minister and the education minister of their respective states. At the same time, the association gave a memorandum to the Prime Minister, Chief Minister and Education Minister of all the states and warned that if strict rules were not made to curb private schools in the interest of the early parents, then thousands of parents would march on the streets soon. Arif Khan said that during the Corona period, the economic condition of the people all over India has deteriorated.

Thousands of businesses closed down, millions lost their jobs. But the arbitrary ending of private schools is not taking its name. Children of parents unable to pay fees are being excluded from the online class, schools have also increased the fees against the orders of the court and the government and the names of the children who have not paid the fees are also being deducted from the schools. In every state, parents have approached the Education Department, the state government and even the High Court and the Supreme Court, but the parents have not been relieved. The anger of the parents is increasing due to this. Taking cognizance of this, he appealed to the state and central government to take a decision in the interest of parents and students.

Among those who protested in Dehradun, the National General Secretary of the Association, Advocate Sudesh Uniyal, State President Advocate Rajgita Sharma, Kavita Khan, Seema Narula, Sardar Gurjendra Singh, Sompal Singh, Pankaj Kumar Goyal, Deepak Malik, Bhuvan Paliwal among others.
These are the main demands of parents

Half School Half Fee.

-No Vaccine No School.

-Close WhatsApp Online Closer for Facebook.

Education Commission should be created soon.

– This Act should be made soon.

In case of non-submission of fees, a case should be filed under RTI against schools which deprive any student of education.

NCERT books should be strictly implemented in private schools.

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