RUBBING SALT TO WOUNDS
School Registration Cancelled
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 11: Rubbing salt to the wounds of students of the ill-fated school from Lolab injured in a road accident at Tangmarg, the authorities Wednesday ordered cancellation of the registration of the institute.
The “irrational” move, according to the parents is going to jeopardize the career of their wards struggling for lives.
An official statement today said the Director School Education Kashmir (DSEK) asked the Chief Education Officer Kupwara to withdraw registration of the Iqra Public School Khumriyal, Lolab for taking school children for picnic, thus defying government order issued earlier for not proceeding on an outing without permission of the education department.
However, talking to Greater Kashmir, DSEK, Muhammad Shafi Rather said due procedure would be followed in the case. “If it is found that the management of the school has violated the set procedure, action will follow against its management. But we will not allow the students to suffer at any cost. Safeguarding the career of the students is our responsibility,” he said.
Asked why his office had already ordered for cancellation of the school’s registration which would in turn have fallout on the students, the Director said: “We will seek an explanation from the school management and action will follow as per rules.”
Meanwhile, Director School Education has asked all the heads of the government/private institutions of Kashmir valley to take utmost care about the safety of students during such outings. He said, “The delinquent heads of the institutions shall be dealt with severely”. He also expressed shock over the incident and paid heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved families.
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