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The necessity of family ID will be heavy on the education of the children of migrant laborers, there will be no admission


Employment News-Now no student will be admitted in government schools without Parivar Pehchan Card (PPP). Haryana Primary Teachers Association protested against the order of the Education Department to make Family ID mandatory for admission. The Primary Teachers Association says that by making Family ID mandatory, the children of migrant laborers who want to study will be deprived of education.

The district head of the Sangh, Jai Bhagwan Badala said that family IDs of almost migrant laborers living in the state of Haryana have not been made. Whereas the Right to Education Act clearly states that no child can be prevented from studying on the basis of a document. A memorandum will be submitted to the MP, all the MLAs and ministers of the district regarding this matter. If our demand is not fulfilled at the earliest, then on May 18, the CM residence in Chandigarh will be gheraoed.

Primary teacher Anil Kumari, Kavita, Asha, Rekha, Meenakshi, Poonam, Mamta, Sheela, Sudesh, Santosh, Ganga, Raj Singh Malik, Manjit Singh, Anil Kundu, Kuldeep Balak, Shobha Chandra Panghal, Pramod, Phool Kumar, Baljeet, Bhupendra , Rajkumar Muklan, Satish Sharma Sunil Bas told that making family ID mandatory for admission in government schools will create trouble for the children. Teachers said that orders have been issued to collect fees from parents in the name of model culture schools. On the other hand, the department is working on its behalf to get the children of government schools admitted in private schools by paying fees. This step of the department is promoting privatization somewhere.
The IT cell of the government and the education department is doing its arbitrariness by imposing the condition of PPP. IT cell is openly violating RTE Act. The requirement of family ID will deprive thousands of children from going to school. - Rajkumar Saini, Hisar Block Head, Primary Teachers Association
By making Family ID mandatory for taking admission in government schools, the children of our local and migrant laborers will be deprived of admission. Because the family ID of most of the migrant laborers is not maintained. Opposing this order, an agitation will be organized and a memorandum will be submitted to the Chief Minister. - Jai Bhagwan Badala, District Head, Primary Teachers Association