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Re: [Arkitect India] Six more students move DHC against arbitrary denial of admission by Delhi Govt Schools - Hearing likely on August 04, 2010

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  • naaz khair
    Why is the education system of delhi anti-Muslim children education? The theory that the Muslim community is to blame for its own educational backwardness
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      Why is the education system of delhi anti-Muslim children education? The theory that the Muslim community is to blame for its own educational backwardness falls flat on its face in the light of all this evidence before the Court!
       
      Regards,
       
      Naaz

      On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 1:08 PM, Ashok Agarwal <ashokagarwal1952@...> wrote:
       

      Six more students move DHC against arbitrary denial of admission by Delhi Govt Schools - Hearing likely on  August 04, 2010

       

      Six more students namely, Heena Khan, Baloon, Barkha, Rizwana, Mohd Fazil and Amir Khan through advocate Ashok Agarwal have moved Delhi High Court complaining that the Govt-run-schools have denied admissions in violation of their fundamental right to education as guaranteed to them under the Constitution of India read with Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act, 2009) and Delhi School Education Act, 1973. They have sought directions against the Government of Delhi for grant of admission in schools in the academic year 2010-2011.

       

      Heena Khan, 12 yrs old, has been denied admission by Govt. Girls Sr. Secondary School, A Block, Jahangirpuri, Delhi-33 in class VII without giving any reason. Baloon has been denied admission by Govt Co-ed Senior Secondary School, Gajipur, Delhi-96 in class IX alleging that she has to produce ration card. Barkha, 12 yrs old, has been initially granted admission in class VI by the Govt. Girls Sr. Secondary School, A Block, Jahangirpuri, Delhi-33 and fee was also received but after 2-3 days, she was removed from the school without giving any reason and the fee was also returned to her parents. Rizwana has been denied admission in class IX by Govt. Girls Sr Secondary School, Kajuri Khas, Delhi-94 without giving any reason. Mohd. Fazil, 12 yrs old, has been denied re-admission in class VI by Rajkiya Bal Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Zafrabad, Delhi-32 without any justification. Amir Khan has been denied admission in class IX by Govt Co-ed Senior Secondary School, Gajipur Delhi-96 alleging that the school authorities do not admit the students of Uttar Pradesh.

       

      The denial of admission to these students by the Govt. Schools has been challenged on the grounds that the same is totally illegal, unconstitutional, contrary to RTE Act, 2009, contrary to Delhi School Education Act, 1973, violative of Article 14 (Right to Equality), Article 21 (Right to Life with Dignity), Article 21-A (Right to Education) and Article 38 (Right to Social Justice) of the Constitution of India read with U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989). It is submitted that the Govt. Schools are invariably denying admission to thousands of students on false and illegal grounds while the Govt. Schools are the only hope for the children of the masses and if these schools deny them admission, where would they go.

       

      The petitions are likely to come up for hearing on Wednesday. August 04, 2010.

       

      Earlier, Delhi High Court (Rajeev Sahai Endlaw J) on 27.07.2010 asked Delhi Govt. and several Delhi Govt. runs schools to explain by August 5, 2010 as to why admissions were denied to 8 girl students who have approached the High Court complaining that the Govt. Schools have unconstitutionally, illegally and in violation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act, 2009) denied admission to them on one pretext or another.

       

      8 girl students namely Firdosh, Rabia, Gulafshah, Nisha Parveen, Rakhi Jain, Ritika Jain, Uzma Bano and Samreen Bano through advocate Ashok Agarwal had approached the High Court seeking direction against the Govt. of Delhi for grant of admission to them in Govt. run schools near by their residences. Gulafshah and Nisha Parveen were denied admission in class VI in Sarvodaya Kanya bal Vidyalaya, Babar Pur alleging “HUM UP KE BACHON KO DAKHILA NAHI DETE HAIN (UP children are not admitted here). Firdosh and Rabia were denied admission in classes VII and VIII respectively in Govt. Girl Senior Secondary School, Khajuri Khas and Rajkiya Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Khajuri Khas alleging that “there was no seat available in the school”. Uzma Bano and Samreen Bano were denied admission in classes in IX and VI respectively by Govt. Girls Senior Secondary School, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi-110096 alleging that they were “over-aged”. Rakhi Jain and Ritika Jain (dropped out students) were denied re-admission in classes VIII and IX respectively in Govt. Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Gokulpur alleging that “dropped out students could not be re-admitted”.

       

      Copies of the six writ petitions are pasted below.

       

      Ashok Agarwal, Advocate

      M-09811101923

      03.08.2010


      IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

      W. P.  (C) NO.          OF 2010

       

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      1.         Master Amir Khan

      Through his next friend and natural Father

      Shri Ikram Khan

      R/o Maharajpur, Ghaziabad                                                      … Petitioner

      VERSUS

      1.         Government of N.C.T. of Delhi

      Through Director of Education,

      Old Secretariat Building

      Civil Lines

      Delhi-110054

       

      2.         Govt. Co-Ed. Senior Secondary School,

      Gazipur, Delhi- 110096                                                            …Respondents

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:-

       

      Writ Petition under Article 226 of Constitution of India;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      Impugned action / inaction on the part of the respondent / school in denying admission to the petitioner;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:-

      Failure on the part of Director of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi to provide admission to the petitioner in the respondent school;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      Manifest Violation and disobedience of the Ruling laid down in Order dated 04.07.2007 passed by this Hon’ble Court in case of Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group V. Govt. of NCT of Delhi in WP(C) No. 11831 of 2006.

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      i.                     Constitution of India

      ii.                   The Delhi School Education Act 1973 and the Rules made thereunder

      iii.                  The Right of Children to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009

      iv.                U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989)

      To

      THE HON’BLE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI AND HIS COMPANION JUSTICES OF THE SAID HIGH COURT

       

      The humble petition of the petitioner named above.

       

      MOST RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH

      The present writ petition is directed against the Impugned action / inaction on the part of the respondent / school in denying admission to the petitioner. The present petition is also directed against the failure on the part of Director of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Respondent no. 1 herein, to provide admission to the petitioner in the respondent / school. It is submitted that the impugned inaction of the part of the respondents violates the human and fundamental right to education of the petitioner as guaranteed to him under Articles 14, 15, 21, 21-A and 38 of the Constitution of India read with the provisions of The Delhi School Education Act, 1973, The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989).

       

      1.         BRIEF FACTS

      The facts of the present case, so far as relevant for purposes of the present petition, are given in brief as under.

       

      1.1       That Master Amir Khan s/o Shri Ikram Khan r/o Maharajpur, Ghaziabad, petitioner herein, had passed class VIII from Pangasa Junior High School, Maharajpur, Ghaziabad, U.P-201010 and is seeking for admission in class IX in Govt. Co-Ed Senior Secondary School, Gazipur, Delhi-110096.

       

      1.2       That Master Amir Khan was refused admission in the respondent school on the ground that the school authorities do not admit the students of Uttar Pradesh. It is unfortunate that the H.O.S, Govt. Co-Ed. Senior Secondary School, Gazipur is totally insensitive to the educational needs of Master Amir Khan who is being running from pillar to post for getting admission in that school. He has valid Transfer Certificate and marksheet.

       

      True copy of Transfer Certificate of Master Amir Khan is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-1.

      1.3      That petitioner approached Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group, with a request to help them in the matter.

      True copy of the letter written by the petitioner along with its true English translation is attached hereto and marked as Annexure P-2.  

      1.4       That Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group, sent a request letter dated 17.07.2010 to the Respondent No. 1 wherein it was requested to direct the Respondent School to immediately grant admission in class IX to the petitioner in the academic year 2010-11. It is submitted that copy of the said letter was sent to the respondent no. 2 and to the Chairman of Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights. But, however, no reply whatsoever to the said request letter has been received so far.

      A copy of the request letter dated 17.07.2010 is attached hereto and marked as Annexure P-3. 

      2.         GROUNDS

      The petitioner beg to challenge the impugned action / inaction on the part of the Respondents in denying admission to the petitioner, on the following, amongst other, grounds:-

      2.1       Because the impugned action on the part of the respondents to deny admission to the petitioner is contrary to the provisions of the Delhi School Education Act, 1973 and The Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 beside being violative of the fundamental Right to Education as guaranteed to the petitioner under Article 21 (Right to life with dignity), Article 21-A (Right to Education) and Article 38 (Right to Social Justice) of the Constitution of India.

      2.2       Because the impugned failure on the part of the respondents amounts to manifest violation and disobedience of the ruling laid down in the Order dated 04.07.09 passed by a Division Bench of this Hon’ble Court in a PIL filed by Social Jurist (WP(C) No. 11831 of 2006). It is submitted that on 04.07.08 when the said PIL came up for hearing, the learned counsel appearing for the Respondent no.1 made a statement before this Hon’ble Court that no child was being denied admission in government school.

      A true copy of the said Orders dated 04.07.08 is annexed hereto and marked as Annexure P-4.

      2.3      Because the petitioner belong to a poor family and their parents are not in a position to afford fees of a private school and the only option available to them is to send their child to Government school for their education. It is submitted that one can understand the fate of a child when the child is denied admission even by a government school as has happened in the present case.

       

      2.4       Because the Right to Education is a fundamental right of every child as flows from Article 21 of the Constitution of India and has been declared so by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in case of Unnikrishnan J.P V. State of Andhra Pradesh  (1993) 1 SCC 645.

       

      2.5       Because the failure on the part of the respondents to provide opportunity of education to the petitioner not only violates the Constitutional mandates and the provisions of The Delhi School Education Act, 1973 and the Rules made thereunder but also the provisions, spirit and letters of The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 read with U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989).

      2.6       Because the impugned action / inaction on the part of the Respondents is even otherwise bad in law.

      3.         The petitioner has not filed any similar petition either in the Hon’ble Supreme Court or in any other High Court in India.

      4.         The petitioner has no other efficacious alternative remedy except to approach this Hon’ble Court by way of present PIL under Article 226 of the Constitution of India.

       

      PRAYER

      In the premise aforesaid it is most humbly prayed that this Hon’ble Court may be pleased to

       

      (i)         Issue an appropriate writ, order or direction directing the respondents to forthwith provide admission to the Petitioner in class IX in the respondent school;

      (ii)                            pass any other or further order as this Hon’ble Court may deem fit; and

      (iii)                           allow the present petition with costs in favor of the petitioner.

      New Delhi

      Date: 02.08.2010

      Ashok Agarwal and Anuj Aggarwal

      Advocates for the Petitioner  

      483, Block-II, Lawyers Chambers,

      Delhi High Court, New Delhi-110003

      Mob- 9811101923

      9891403206


       

      IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

      W. P.  (C) NO.          OF 2010

       

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      1.         Kumari Baloon

      Through her next friend and natural Father

      Mohd. Irfan

      R/o B-170, Gazipur,

      Delhi – 110096                                                                        … Petitioner

      VERSUS

      1.         Government of N.C.T. of Delhi

      Through Director of Education,

      Old Secretariat Building

      Civil Lines

      Delhi-110054

       

      2.         Govt. Co-Ed. Senior Secondary School,

      Gajipur, Delhi-110096                                                  …Respondents

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:-

      Writ Petition under Article 226 of Constitution of India;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      Impugned action / inaction on the part of the respondent / school in denying admission to the petitioner;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:-

      Failure on the part of Director of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi to provide admission to the petitioner in the respondent school;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      Manifest Violation and disobedience of the Ruling laid down in Order dated 04.07.2007 passed by this Hon’ble Court in case of Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group Vs. Govt. of NCT of Delhi in WP(C) No. 11831 of 2006.

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      v.                   Constitution of India

      vi.                 The Delhi School Education Act 1973 and the Rules made thereunder

      vii.                The Right of Children to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009

      viii.              U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989)

       

      To

      THE HON’BLE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI AND HIS COMPANION JUSTICES OF THE SAID HIGH COURT

       

      The humble petition of the petitioner named above.

       

      MOST RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH

      The present writ petition is directed against the Impugned action / inaction on the part of the respondent / school in denying admission to the petitioner. The present petition is also directed against the failure on the part of Director of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Respondent no. 1 herein, to provide admission to the petitioner in the respondent / school. It is submitted that the impugned inaction of the part of the respondents violates the human and fundamental right to education of the petitioner as guaranteed to her under Articles 14, 15, 21, 21-A and 38 of the Constitution of India read with the provisions of The Delhi School Education Act, 1973, The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989).

       

      1.         BRIEF FACTS

      The facts of the present case, so far as relevant for purposes of the present petition, are given in brief as under.

       

      1.1       That Kumari Baloon D/o Shri Irfan, r/o B-170, Gali no.3, Gajipur, Delhi-110096, petitioner herein, has passed Class VIII from Purv Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Maharajpur, Ghaziabad, U.P-201010 in the academic year 2009-2010. She is seeking admission in class IX in Govt. Co-Ed. Senior Secondary School, Gajipur, Delhi-110096. The petitioner has valid Mark-Sheet and School Leaving Certificate

       

      True copy of School Leaving Certificate of the petitioner, along with its True English Translation, is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-1.

       

      1.2       The Principal of the said school is repeatedly denying admission to Kumari Baloon saying that there are no vacant seats left for admission. The parents of Baloon approached the Deputy Director of Education but did not get relief therefrom.

       

      1.3       The petitioner approached Shri Naseeb Singh, Ex. Parliamentary Secretary to the Chief Minister, Delhi, who recommended the admission of the petitioner in the respondent school.

       

      True copy of the Recommendation Letter dated 10.07.2010 is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-2.

       

      1.4       The father of the petitioner sent a request letter to the respondent no. 2 school seeking therein admission of the petitioner but however, no reply to the said letter has been received so far.

       

      True copy of the request Letter dated 28.07.2010 sent by the petitioner to the respondent no. 2 schools is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-3.

      1.5       That petitioner, thereafter, approached Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group, with a written request to help them in the matter.

      True copy of the letter dated written by the petitioner to Shri Ashok Aggarwal, along with its true English translation, is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-4.

      1.6       That Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group, sent a request letter dated 19.07.2010 to the Respondent No. 1 wherein it was requested to direct the Respondent School to immediately grant admission to the petitioner in class IX in the academic year 2010-11. It is submitted that copy of the said letter was sent to the respondent no. 2 as well as to the Chairperson, Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) also. But, however, no reply whatsoever to the said request letter has been received so far.

      A copy of the request letter dated 19.07.2010 sent by the Social Jurist is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-5.

       2.        GROUNDS

      The petitioner beg to challenge the impugned action / inaction on the part of the Respondents in denying admission to the petitioner, on the following, amongst other, grounds:-

      2.1       Because the impugned action on the part of the respondents to deny admission to the petitioner is contrary to the provisions of the Delhi School Education Act, 1973 and The Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 beside being violative of the fundamental Right to Education as guaranteed to the petitioner under Article 21 (Right to life with dignity), Article 21-A (Right to Education) and Article 38 (Right to Social Justice) of the Constitution of India.

      2.2       Because the impugned failure on the part of the respondents amounts to manifest violation and disobedience of the ruling laid down in the Order dated 04.07.09 passed by a Division Bench of this Hon’ble Court in a PIL filed by Social Jurist (WP(C) No. 11831 of 2006). It is submitted that on 04.07.08 when the said PIL came up for hearing, the learned counsel appearing for the Respondent no.1 made a statement before this Hon’ble Court that no child was being denied admission in government school.

      A true copy of the said Orders dated 04.07.08 is annexed hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-6.

       

      2.3      Because the petitioner belong to a poor family and their parents are not in a position to afford fees of a private school and the only option available to them is to send their child to Government school for their education. It is submitted that one can understand the fate of a child when the child is denied admission even by a government school as has happened in the present case.

       

      2.4       Because the Right to Education is a fundamental right of every child as flows from Article 21 of the Constitution of India and has been declared so by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in case of Unnikrishnan J.P V. State of Andhra Pradesh  (1993) 1 SCC 645.

       

      2.5       Because the failure on the part of the respondents to provide opportunity of education to the petitioner not only violates the Constitutional mandates and the provisions of The Delhi School Education Act, 1973 and the Rules made thereunder but also the provisions, spirit and letters of The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 read with U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989).

      2.6       Because the impugned action / inaction on the part of the Respondents is even otherwise bad in law.

      3.         The petitioner has not filed any similar petition either in the Hon’ble Supreme Court or in any other High Court in India.

      4.         The petitioner has no other efficacious alternative remedy except to approach this Hon’ble Court by way of present PIL under Article 226 of the Constitution of India.

       

      PRAYER

      In the premise aforesaid it is most humbly prayed that this Hon’ble Court may be pleased to

       

      (i)         Issue an appropriate writ, order or direction directing the respondents to forthwith provide admission to the Petitioner in Class IX in the respondent school;

      (iv)                          pass any other or further order as this Hon’ble Court may deem fit; and

      (v)                            allow the present petition with costs in favor of the petitioner.

       

      New Delhi

      Date: 02.08.2010

      Ashok Agarwal and Anuj Aggarwal

      Advocates for the Petitioner  

      483, Block-II, Lawyers Chambers,

      Delhi High Court, New Delhi-110003

      Mob- 9811101923

      9891403206


      IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

      W. P.  (C) NO.          OF 2010

       

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      1.         Kumari Barkha Yadav

      Through her next friend and natural Father

      Shri Ashok Yadav

      R/o H – 4 – 1576,

      Jahangirpuri

      Delhi – 33                                                                    … Petitioner

      VERSUS

      1.         Government of N.C.T. of Delhi

      Through Director of Education,

      Old Secretariat Building

      Civil Lines

      Delhi-110054

       

      2.         Govt. Girls Senior Secondary School,

      A- Block, Jahangirpuri,

      Delhi - 110033                                                 …Respondents

       

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:-

      Writ Petition under Article 226 of Constitution of India;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      Impugned action / inaction on the part of the respondent / school in denying admission to the petitioner;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:-

      Failure on the part of Director of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi to provide admission to the petitioner in the respondent school;

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      Manifest Violation and disobedience of the Ruling laid down in Order dated 04.07.2007 passed by this Hon’ble Court in case of Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group V. Govt. of NCT of Delhi in WP(C) No. 11831 of 2006.

      AND

      IN THE MATTER OF:

      ix.                 Constitution of India

      x.                   The Delhi School Education Act 1973 and the Rules made thereunder

      xi.                 The Right of Children to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009

      xii.              U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989)

       

      To

      THE HON’BLE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI AND HIS COMPANION JUSTICES OF THE SAID HIGH COURT

       

      The humble petition of the petitioner named above.

       

      MOST RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH

      The present writ petition is directed against the Impugned action / inaction on the part of the respondent / school in denying admission to the petitioner. The present petition is also directed against the failure on the part of Director of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Respondent no. 1 herein, to provide admission to the petitioner in the respondent / school. It is submitted that the impugned inaction of the part of the respondents violates the human and fundamental right to education of the petitioner as guaranteed to her under Articles 14, 15, 21, 21-A and 38 of the Constitution of India read with the provisions of The Delhi School Education Act, 1973, The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989).

       

      1.         BRIEF FACTS

      The facts of the present case, so far as relevant for purposes of the present petition, are given in brief as under.

       

      1.1       That Kumari Barkha Yadav D/o Shri Ashok Yadav, R/o H – 4 – 1576, Jahangirpuri, Delhi – 33, petitioner herein, has passed class IVth from Mother Meera Public School and is seeking for admission in class VIth in the respondent school.

       

      1.2       That petitioner was initially admitted in class VI in the academic year 2010- 2011 in the respondent school. The admission fee, etc was also got deposited in the school. But, however, after two-three days, the school removed the name of the petitioner and stopped allowing her to attend classes. The fee taken from the petitioner was returned to the petitioner. The Principal of the Respondent No. 2 School told the parents of the petitioner that in the absence of directions from the Respondent No. 1, the petitioner could not be granted admission. The petitioner has valid Transfer Certificate and Mark-Sheet.

       

      True copy of Marksheet of the petitioner is attached hereto and marked as ANNEXURE P-1.

      1.3      That petitioner approached Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group, with a request to help them in the matter.

      True copy of the letter written by the petitioner along with its true English translation is attached hereto and marked as Annexure P-2.

      1.4       That Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group, sent a request letter dated 03.06.2010 to the Respondent No. 1 wherein it was requested to direct the Respondent School to immediately grant admission to the  petitioner in class VI in the academic year 2010-11. It is submitted that copy of the said letter was sent to the respondent no. 2 also. But, however, no reply whatsoever to the said request letter has been received so far.

      A copy of the request letter dated 03.06.2010 is attached hereto and marked as Annexure P-3. 

      2.         GROUNDS

      The petitioner beg to challenge the impugned action / inaction on the part of the Respondents in denying admission to the petitioner, on the following, amongst other, grounds:-

      2.1       Because the impugned action on the part of the respondents to deny admission to the petitioner is contrary to the provisions of the Delhi School Education Act, 1973 and The Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 beside being violative of the fundamental Right to Education as guaranteed to the petitioner under Article 21 (Right to life with dignity), Article 21-A (Right to Education) and Article 38 (Right to Social Justice) of the Constitution of India.

      2.2       Because the impugned failure on the part of the respondents amounts to manifest violation and disobedience of the ruling laid down in the Order dated 04.07.09 passed by a Division Bench of this Hon’ble Court in a PIL filed by Social Jurist (WP(C) No. 11831 of 2006). It is submitted that on 04.07.08 when the said PIL came up for hearing, the learned counsel appearing for the Respondent no.1 made a statement before this Hon’ble Court that no child was being denied admission in government school.

      A true copy of the said Orders dated 04.07.08 is annexed hereto and marked as Annexure P-4.

       

      2.3      Because the petitioner belong to a poor family and their parents are not

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