Children have an umbrella in one hand and a book in the other. Till the time it rains, children have to open their umbrella and study in this way. According to the children studying in the school, they are very afraid to sit in this dilapidated school and study. His books, clothes all get wet due to rain water. In the desire to make a future, they are compelled to study every day by risking their lives. This condition of the school is not from today but for the past several days, but till now no official or administration has taken care of it.
Actually, the Madhya Pradesh government seems to be making tall claims about schools in tribal dominated areas, but the ground reality is different. The matter is of Ghansor, a tribal development block of Seoni district, where the rain has exposed all the claims of the Education Department. Not one but many problems have been seen in the dilapidated building of Government Higher Secondary School in Khairikalan.
children study with umbrella
The condition of the schools is so dilapidated that the students are compelled to study here by putting umbrellas at risk. The condition of the roof and walls here is very bad. The class room is also such, where water drips from the ceiling as if it is raining. In this school, the condition of the rooms in which studies from class I to VIII take place is very dilapidated.
Water leaks for a week
On rainy days, when it rains for one day, water seeps continuously for a week. The windows and doors in the school building are also dilapidated. At some places, the entire window doors have been eaten by termites. Not only this, the power supply in the class room is cut off so that the current does not spread during the rainy days. At the same time, the responsible officer BRCC, who has made all the claims in the field of education, has said to send the proposal of repair of this dilapidated school to the District Education Center.
Congress took a jibe
Congress leader Narendra Saluja has tweeted and said that in the Shivraj government in MP, on the one hand, the state-of-the-art CM Rise School has big claims and on the other hand, water is dripping from the roof in the primary school of Khairikala village of Seoni district of the state. To avoid water, children are forced to study with umbrella inside the school. This is the reality of Shivraj Sarkar.
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