High Court directs govt school to give admission to 3 Pakistani Hindu refugee siblings

High Court directs govt school to give admission to 3 Pakistani Hindu refugee siblings
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After the Delhi government agreed, the Delhi High Court on Thursday directed a government school in Bhatti Mines area to forthwith grant admission to three Pakistani Hindu refugee siblings.

New Delhi: After the Delhi government agreed, the Delhi High Court on Thursday directed a government school in Bhatti Mines area to forthwith grant admission to three Pakistani Hindu refugee siblings.

Justice Rajiv Shakdher of the court has directed Government Co-ed Sr Sec School in Bhatti Mines to grant admission to Sanjina Bai, Moona Kumari and Ravi Kumar in class IX in 2019-20. They earlier denied admission on the ground of over-age.

Advocate Ramesh Singh, appearing for Delhi Government, had asked the Judge to write in order, "Admission granted on humanitarian ground". However, Ashok Agarwal, appearing for students, said, "What humanitarian ground? We are not beggars. We are asking our right. States don't do any charity.

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