In MP, school named after freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad turns into garbage yard
Bhopal, August 25: It's a sad state of affairs when a school has been allowed to turn into a garbage dump yard. Moreover, it also speaks volumes about how much we respect our freedom fighters at a time when India has just celebrated its 70th Independence Day.
A government-run school--Chandra Shekhar Azad Middle School--named after revolutionary freedom fighter, Chandra Shekhar Azad, located in TT Nagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, has turned into a garbage dump yard.
Several pictures taken by a lensman of news agency, ANI, showcase how bad the situation is in the school, as the vicinity of the school has turned into a garbage dump yard.
On Thursday, a group of 22 students were forced to leave the school midway after they failed to withstand the stench emanating from the heaps of garbage parked within the close range of their classrooms.
The students, who brave to attend their classes in the school, always wear a mask to help them from getting some amount of relief from the nauseating smell.
Because of the piling thrash around them, the students, teachers and other staff members of the school are facing serious health issues. In fact, the teachers reported about the issue to the higher authorities in the state education department, however, nobody took note about their plight.
The school authorities also stand guilty in the matter as they did not stop miscreants from throwing garbage near the school campus.
Now, if Azad was alive he would have surely regretted his sacrifice to fight for the nation which after 70 years of Independence does not even care to give children a clean environment to study in schools.