Jagjit Singh Dhuri, president of the Federation of Punjab School Association, said: “It took us a long time to get the kids back on track. If there is another political rally, we will be forced to reopen with the consent of the parents. The government has failed to support both parents and school management. As we go through the financial crisis, it is unfair to ask our schools to close. We want to reopen with 50% power. ”
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The principal of a CBSE school in BRS Nagar said: “Most countries have declared Kovid-19 outbreak as ‘endemic’, which means every country must be prepared to fight the virus, as there may be more mutations. Schools are essential for children’s development. Slots Parents should vaccinate their children as soon as they open. ” Amanpreet Singh, president of the Ludhiana Pre-School Association, who is also the chairman of ABC Magical World in Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar, said: “Political rallies are allowed with huge crowds and long processions. Gurudwaras, mosques, churches are open with 100% capacity, so why only educational institutions are closed?
Thakur Anand, president of the Private Schools Association, said: “Behavior change due to lockdown is leading to anxiety, panic attacks, stress, depression and personality disorders in children. How will the government help them? That is not fair. We want the Punjab government to reopen our 50% attendance or pay our staff, teachers, bus drivers and conductors. ”
Anand said: “If they force us to stay off, they should exempt us from paying our road tax, insurance, electricity bill, property tax and water tax. They should not comply with our RTE (Right to Education) Act or check the building. And fire safety equipment and certificates, and they should refund student test fees. ”
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