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School makes 100 students stand for KTR rally

HYDERABAD: A non-public college in Karimnagar used to be booked on Tuesday for forcing more than a hundred scholars to stand in the scorching solar for over three hours and raise flags and placards of TRS at a rally to welcome birthday party operating president KT Rama Rao.

Following a criticism filed through a kid rights NGO on Monday, Karimnagar One Town police registered a case against Hiranmay Krishnaveni Talent School. After district schooling officer (DEO) performed an inner inquiry, cops filed the case underneath segment 75 of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act. “The college used to be booked for inflicting bodily struggling to children throughout the rally on March 6. The youngsters needed to stand underneath scorching solar to welcome the TRS chief,” stated a police officer.

A senior respectable of the women and child construction (WCD) division stated that 100 scholars stood in a queue for over three hours to welcome KTR. “They had been in the queue line from 11am to two.30pm. We are also looking into charges that meals and water weren't supplied to the kids,” the respectable stated. Sources stated DEO S Venkateshwarlu probed the topic after the issue got here to his notice.

The WCD division shot off a letter to the DEO who sought a proof from the college management. “We had despatched letters to schools and political events to not have interaction children for political, election rallies and roadshows,” the respectable stated.

Child rights activists stated it’s time such schools had been blacklisted.

“Politicians the use of schoolchildren of their campaigns is shameful and schools are abusing children through sending them to political campaigns,” stated Achyuta Rao of Balala Hakkula Sangham.

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