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Delhi school allegedly detains 50 students over non payment of fees

A shocking case has emerged from the national capital Delhi, where 50 girls were locked in the basement in a school because their parents did not deposit the fees. It is being told that the girls were kept locked in the school for 4.5 to 5 hours. This case is from the Rabiya Girls Public School in Chandni Chowk area of ​​Delhi.

According to the reports, parents accused that girl students were kept at the school’s basement from 7.30 am. When the students did not come out at the time of the holiday, the parents got this information. Parents also alleged that children were not given any food and water to drink for five hours. After the ruckus of the parents, they were told that the children have been locked in the basement and their absence has been marked because the school management did not receive their fees.

Chief Minister has sought report

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sought a report on this whole issue. Along with this, Kejriwal has called Secretary and Education Director with all the information.
At the same time many parents say that they have deposited the fees. Although school management is refusing it and  says that this information is not available in the school’s database. The police has registered an FIR in this case. Delhi Police has registered a case against a school for the closure of KG students in the basement after not paying the school fees.

Meanwhile, the school principal has denied the allegations as the case spread across media. The principal says that the basement is not a place to be punished and it is an actinity room where children play and they are taught music. It’s the same as a classroom.

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