‘School abolition policy challenges Constitution’

‘School abolition policy challenges Constitution’

TMB Report

Imphal: A better education is much for making a developed state, apart from maintaining peace and co-existence, said Manipur People’s Democratic Front (MPDF) Secretary Sapam Samungou during a press meet held at Manipur Press Club on Sunday. 

He said that in order to ensure quality education, the State Government needs to revive the 237 schools which were abolished in the recent past as per an order issued by the Government in 2019. The order must be reviewed, he demanded.

He said that the right to education must be ensured to all the government schools. Samoungou said that abolishing government schools is an act openly challenging the Constitution of India. Let the students continue their study properly, he said.

He said that teaching and giving quality education is necessary for all government schools to remove the culture of tuition. 

On the other hand, Samungou informed that MPDF Woman’s Wing Chairperson Ningthoujam Ronibala Devi was honoured after having been awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree by India Empire University, Tamil Nadu.

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