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Onus on schools for kids’ to and fro journey: Minister

Ram Bilas Sharma further says the state administration has even considered cancelling the licenses of the Ryan International School but that would put the 1,200 children studying there in jeopardy

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    Haryana Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma on Sunday  said schoolchildren were the responsibility of schools, whether they  were coming from homes to schools or going back from schools. The  minister was addressing a press conference. He also said guidelines in  this regard will be issued to schools on Monday.

    “Taking  children from school to home and home to school is the responsibility  of schools. A notice in this regard will be issued by Monday to management of all private schools. Any violation of these guidelines will follow strict action,” Sharma said.

    He  further said the state administration has even considered cancelling  the licenses of the Ryan International School but that would put the  1,200 children studying there in jeopardy. “Parents of children who  study in the same school have appealed to the government that their kids  must not bear the brunt of the negligent and criminal acts of the  school management,” Sharma said.

    Besides, the minister said,  adequate action is being taken by the police and the government. The  owner of the school and

    its management have been booked under Section 75  of the Juvenile Act, he said, the culprit has confessed to his crime,  and the police have collected adequate evidences to file a chargesheet  in the case within a week, he said.

    Sharma added that if  parents were not satisfied even after this, the Haryana government will  let the investigation be done by any agency of their choice.

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