Kejriwal’s government will not rob the stubborn attitude of private school

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New Delhi: Kejriwal’s government will not rob the stubborn attitude of private school. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday met the media after a gap of four months. In fact, before Delhi government had affirmed in the Delhi High Court that the recommendation of the committee formed by the Delhi High Court is not considered as 449 private schools and is continuously violating the rule, the government is ready to take them.

Kejriwal’s government will not rob the stubborn attitude of private school – India Virals

Speaking at the Press Conference held on the same issue, he said that the existing Delhi government considers education as an integral part. So far, there were two parts in government and private. The children of money in private used to read The poor used to read the children of poor people in government. We have reduced these gap. We have done good government education system.

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The Court also has a strict attitude. The High Court has asked the Delhi Government to teach the schools ignoring the rules so that no arbitrariness can be done in the future. In fact, in 2011, the High Court had formed the Anil Dev Committee to investigate about one thousand private schools charging 32 months of arbitrary fee for 2006-2009.

In the last 6 years, Anil Dev Committee has submitted 11 report to the court, which states that 544 schools do not have the required fees even in their schools. The court had directed the schools to return the parents, including the increased fees of up to 32 months (2006-2009), including 9 per cent interest.

Let the case tell you that Anil Devisingh Committee, formed by the Delhi High Court, had ordered to refund arbitrary fee recovery along with the interest of private schools and to inspect certain schools, which were considered by some schools but most did not.

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