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JAMMU: A deputation of executive members of central body of J&K Private Schools Association (JKPSA), Jammu, led by its President Kamal Gupta met the Director School Education, Jammu, Rakesh Kumar Srangal (KAS) and discussed various issues.
Representatives of all district heads from Jammu Province were also present.
The members apprised the Director about the crisis developed in the Kathua District due to the locking of two schools by the District Magistrate Kathua.
Ajay Gupta, General Secretary of the Association briefed the Director that locking of the schools has created a great hue and cry among owners of private schools, students and parents. Moreover all private schools of district Kathua are under panic and pressure, he said.
Kamal demanded unlocking of the offices of the schools to save unaided self financed private schools from humiliation and for the larger interest of the students.
Director School Education gave a patient hearing and assured the members that he will resolve this issue as early as possible so that all schools can flourish for the larger interest of the country.
The deputation comprised of R.P Sharma, Ajay Singh, Subash Singh, R.D Singh, Krishen Kumar, Rakesh Gupta and Ashok Manhas.
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