Delhi government directs schools to verify staff members

Sep 12 2017 02:55 PM
Delhi government directs schools to verify staff members

The Delhi government on Monday post the two incidents i.e murder of a seven-year-old student inside the premises of a private school in Gurugram and the rape of a five-year-old girl in Delhi's Tagore Public school issued a mandatory direction to all Delhi schools to submit a record of their staff members within a week to get them verified by the local police stations.

Yesterday, the Deputy Chief minister Manish Sisodia called an emergency meeting with all governmental departments, police officials, and schools (private, government, and MCD), and listed out a set of instructions to be followed by all schools.

In a press conference, Sisodia said "Until the big private schools are not emancipated from political protection, they will do anything they want in this country. Students may get exploited and murdered and no one can touch them,"

"If you can send messages for BJP membership, it means you have resources, but you don't have resources to mend cameras?" he said.

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