Gonda (UP), Aug 22 (PTI) An FIR has been filed against four persons, including the warden of a state-government run residential school, after only 11 of the total 100 girl students registered there were found present on the premises during a surprise inspection at night, a senior official said on Tuesday.
District Magistrate Neha Sharma said that the inspection at Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School, Paraspur, was conducted on Monday night.
“A total of 100 girl students are registered there, but only 11 girl students were found present in the school. Warden Sarita Singh could not give a satisfactory answer when asked about the absence of 89 girl students,” the DM said.
“This is serious negligence. Residential girls’ schools cannot run in this manner,” the DM said, adding she has ordered the registration of an FIR.
The district Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA), Prem Chand Yadav, said that on the instructions of the district magistrate, the FIR was lodged against the school warden, a full-time teacher, a watchman and a Prantiya Raksha Dal (PRD) jawan posted on gate duty at night under relevant sections.
Along with this, departmental action is also being taken against the employees while a separate letter has been written to the district youth welfare officer for departmental action against the guard on duty, the BSA added.
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