There is no playground in 6443 schools of the state, the government’s confession before the High Court

Important information has come out about the government schools of the state. The state government has submitted the details of the status of government schools in the state to the High Court. In which sports ground has not been found in 6443 schools out of 32 thousand 319 government schools. It is also being claimed […]
 


There is no playground in 6443 schools of the state, the government’s confession before the High Court

Important information has come out about the government schools of the state. The state government has submitted the details of the status of government schools in the state to the High Court. In which sports ground has not been found in 6443 schools out of 32 thousand 319 government schools. It is also being claimed that arrangements are being made by the government for this. Explain that out of these schools, there are 7 government schools in the state where water is supplied through tankers or other means for drinking water supply. At the same time, out of the total government schools, 778 schools are running where rented buildings or other alternative arrangements have been made.

A hearing was held in the High Court on Suo Moto’s application regarding the controversial statement of Education Minister Jitu Vaghan regarding the students studying in the open. In the hearing before the bench of Chief Justice Arvind Kumar, the state government has informed the court that the new building of Wagalwada Primary School in Chhotaudepur is equipped with facilities. Along with this, the Advocate General presented some important matters related to the government schools of the state before the state government, on which the Chief Justice’s bench, expressing satisfaction, disposed of the Suomoto petition.

In another case, a bench of the Chief Justice has expressed displeasure over the Kutch district administration not complying with the order of the Gujarat High Court. In which it was found that there has been a disturbance in the chitons of the collector’s office. So what action did the court take against the responsible Chitnis, whether they were suspended or not! The High Court has asked the same question to the government. What if the court had ruled in the demolition case as well? If a person is late for work, you can even suspend him, when it was a court order!’

Chitnish got the matter wrong. The court also asked to take action against Chitneesh. During today’s hearing, it was told that a notice has been issued to Chitnis, on which the court expressed displeasure and said that if an employee comes late by half an hour, then you can suspend him, which was the order of the court. Alligator tears are not good in this case.