Hundreds of people gathered at the post office along with their children to stop the school fee loot.
Hyderabad Schools Parents Association(HSPA) has started a ‘Postcard Campaign’ to protest against the hike in the school fees. All the Parents have gathered along with their Children near the post office to protect against the delay in the submission of the report by the Committee constituted by the Telangana administration, to review the issue of school fee hike.
The parents have written nearly 2000 postcards to the Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao to pay attention to their concerns about the hike in the school fees. The parents have written the slogan “Let’s write to CM sir!”
They formed a group of batches and posted the Posta cars at General Post Office in Abids in various languages like Telugu, Hindi, English and Urdu.
A parent from Shalibanda wrote that after promising free from KG to PG, why the school fees have gone such hike? Is this is Bangaru Telangana?
Saritha from LB Nagar wrote that if you don’t stop the school feet loot then we will stop giving votes to you.
HSPA has also initiated the campaign by sending the post cards to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in order to strengthen the post. With the slogan “School fee loot rokne ko – Ek postcard CM ko, Ek postcard PM ko” asking the central government also for the school fee regulation.
Ashish Naredi from HSPA said, “We have sent around 2000 postcards to Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and about 100 postcards to the Prime Minister.”
He also added that they have been fighting for the cause for a long time and nothing else can be done than writing to the administration.
One of the organisers of the campaign said that the administration need not spend any money on them in order to fulfill the demands, it just has to make a regulation of the school fees so that the money cannot be looted.
The state government announced that it will bring a new GO to regulate the school fees in the private schools after examining the draft rules framed by the Director of School Education.
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Last year, we have started a ‘Give a missed call to stop fee hike campaign’ and received more than 2 lakh calls, but didn’t get the appointment to submit the data to the Chief Minister. So, planned to send the post cards which will directly appear at his doorstep said, Joint Secretary of HSPA, Ramanjeet Singh.