Hudhud times: Schools in Telangana were set to reopen on September 1, but the High Court has put a stay on the decision taken by the state government.
The government had earlier proposed to allow students to return to schools for classes 8 to 12. However, parents had urged the government, led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, to keep them shut. The court’s ruling today was in response to a public interest litigation (PIL) on the matter.
The stay order is applicable for a week. “No student from any school private or government, KG to class 12, shall be compelled to attend physical classes from Sept 1,” the court reportedly said. The ruling applies to all kinds of educational institutions including hostels and gurukuls. https://www.hudhudtimes.com/