Narayana school conduct classes amidst coronavirus lockdown, staff arrested in Prakasam
While the whole country is placed under lockdown for next 21 days due to fast spreading coronavirus and all the states imposing curfew with section...
Prakasam: While the whole country is placed under lockdown for next 21 days due to fast spreading coronavirus and all the states imposing curfew with section 144, the Narayana School management belonging to former minister Narayana in Andhra Pradesh is running classes for 10th grade students with the intention of achieving higher ranks. In the same school in the town of East Vaddeepalayam, the management is reportedly taking classes for tenth-grade students.
Ward volunteers and panchayat employees who are on their duty to identify the foreign returnees in the cities have found the Narayana educational institute conducting classes. The village volunteers informed the sub inspector of Kandukuru town about the same.
Sub inspector Tirupathi Rao has raided on the school and found the management conducting classes for about 25 girls. The police have took the five staff members into custody and launched a probe. Meanwhile, the MEO G Peddiraju issued a memo to Narayana School.