Some big decisions were taken in the meeting of the Indore Parents Association against the arbitrariness of private schools. Indore Parent’s Association has decided to send 10,000 letters to Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Under this, the Parents will demand the fee regulation act to prevent the commercialization of education.
After this, the government will launch the campaign under the phase-by-agitation and the letter will be sent in the month of May. More than 200 parents of more than 15 schools were present in the meeting held on Sunday in Nehru Park. Indore Parent’s Association President Anurodh Jain said that in the meeting even after giving assurance from the government in last two years, the fee regulation act was not done and action against the commercialization of education in other states like Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and New Delhi was happened in short period of time. A staged movement will be done by parents.
In this 10000 postcards will be sent to the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister. A signature campaign will be started in front of Mother Ahilya Bai on Rajwada next week. More and more parents will be connected in this movement. However, if the government does not take action soon then agitation will be done on the road.
- More than 200 parents were present
- 10000 postcards will be written and send in May
- Campaign running in the city for more than 2 years
- 15 schools have increased their fees
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