New Delhi, Dec 19 (UNI) The Delhi High Court today sent notices to the Delhi government and Delhi Public School (Rohini) seeking explanation as to why they struck off the name of a four-year student from their rolls.
Justice Ravinder Bhat directed the school to reply on January 7, 2007 as to why the Right to education of the child was being denied to him.
The case relates to a four-year-old Agrim Abrol, whose name was struck off from the records just because there was a discord between the parents and the school authorities.
Counsel for the child Ashok Agarwal said the Right to education was so sacrosant that no one, including the parents, were entitled to encroach upon it.
Seeking to readmit the child in the school, Mr Agarwal said it was unjustified on the part of the school to have taken such an action.