How the BJP has broken all electoral ice by breaking the electoral order in the capital and is now making inroads with the state’s voters, a public school headmaster and others say.
The BJP government has promised that public schools in the city will be free of any interference from the state government.
But the promise was broken in the most shocking manner by the education ministry and the school board in the national capital.
The headmaster of one school, which has more than 500 pupils, said the BJP government had threatened him that he would be fired for disobeying the order of the government if he didn’t comply with the directive.
He told The Hindu that he was told by the principal that if he tried to follow the order, he would face a penalty of up to two years in jail.
The principal, who didn’t want to be named, said he was given the choice of resigning or staying and the decision was taken by the government to fire him.
He has now asked the local board to take action.
In the last three years, the BJP-led government in Delhi has made sweeping reforms to education and other matters in the state.
The education minister has said that the state is a model for other states to follow.
But many say the new administration is not following the law and has broken it by ignoring the law.
It is forcing school boards to ignore the orders of the education minister, forcing schools to close in a “disastrous way” and forcing students to leave the schools when they can’t afford to pay their fees.
According to the headmaster, the new government has asked the school trustees to follow their instructions and not to allow the state to interfere with the governance of the school.
“The government has made a decision to ignore law and order and the government is ignoring the rules of law and not following them,” the headmasters said.
He added that he and other school heads were instructed to keep their mouths shut and keep their schools under control.
The school board also said it had been told that the school would be shut down if it didn’t follow the orders.
A school superintendent who spoke on condition of anonymity said that it was not the school that had given the orders to close the school but the board.
“The board gave us the order to close down the school on Monday, and now the board has taken a decision.
The board has now told us that if we don’t close the shop, we will be asked to close up shop,” he said.
The superintendent said that he had been in touch with the authorities, but no response had been received.
A teacher from another school said the school was ordered to close on Monday.
He said that teachers were being sent to work in the nearby factories, but the teachers had to leave on Monday morning to go to the factories to meet the demand for salaries.
He said the government was threatening teachers that they would be punished if they didn’t close their shop.
“We have been asked to keep quiet and let the shops be closed down,” he told The Indian Express.
“This is the worst day in our lives.
We are living in fear.”
According to a teacher at a school that is a part of the national high school, there was a big meeting of the staff in the school in the evening of Monday and Tuesday, and that everyone was told to close shop on Monday night.
“There was a huge uproar from the staff,” he added.
“On Tuesday night, the government sent a notice to all teachers and said that if they did not open shop by Tuesday morning, they would have to face a fine of Rs. 2 lakh or 10 per cent of the turnover of the business.
The teachers were told to obey the notice.
But it was a completely ridiculous move.
The government told us to close our shop.
They said that they were going to give us a notice.
We said, ‘We are not going to pay any money, you are being forced to do something that is against the law’.
The government said, you can close your shop, but you can’t close your school.
We were just like, we don,t have any money and we are going to have to go back to the factory.
We have not paid any rent for two months.
We cannot pay our dues,” he alleged.