Case Filed Against Top Education Officers at MSCPCR (Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights)-The education ministry of Maharashtra is likely to face awkward scenario as its top ranking officers from the ranks of Principal Secretary to the Dty.Director of Education have been impleaded by the parent of the IES Modern English School at Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) for their gross negligence & willful inaction against the alleged harassment of the children and collection of the illegal fees from the parents.
Explaining this aspect, the parent from the IES Modern English School Smt.Manasi Pathare who has taken such bold move said ‘I had along with other parents of the school filed the case against the management of the IES Modern English School before the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) in the year 2016 against the threatening & issuance of White Cards to the children for non payment of fees. As the matter is kept for final recommendation by the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) i do not wish to offer more comments at present. However since past two years i have observed the gross negligence & willful inaction from the officers of the rank of the education officers to the Principal Secretary of the department.’
‘They did not even bother to give us report about our grievances which are pending from the years. While the matter was pending before the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR), my daughter was again expelled for the non payment of fees & even peon was sent to my home to serve the notice though i had cleared the fees under protest. Accordingly i even served the legal notice in February 2018 to the Principal Secretary of the education department that being a public servant they are bound to take action against the commission of the cognizable offences declared under the existing laws. Yet no action was taken till date. Hence i have prayed for the disciplinary action as well as criminal prosecution against such officers before the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR)’ added Smt.Pathare.
Confirming the filing of the case Adv.Siddharthshankar Sharma said ”The public officers are bound to take preventive as well as appropriate action against illegalities, failure to do so should result into the disciplinary action as well as criminal prosecution against such officers depending upon the nature of the negligence committed by them.”
The top ranking officers like Smt.Vandana Krishna, Education Commissioner Shri.Vishal Solanki & also the low ranking officer holding the rank of Education Officer as well as additional charge of the Dy.Director of Education Shri.Rajendra Ahire have been impleaded in this case filed before the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR).
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