On the 1st of July, the Telangana High Court, directed the State Government to clarify its stand on the ongoing online classes by private schools.
The Court was hearing a petition filed by the Hyderabad School Students Parents Association (HSSPA) seeking directions to ban online classes.
The association demanded to close online classes claiming it to be illegal before the beginning of the academic year.
The Petitioner argued and said the Telangana State Government did not issue any order banning online classes.
A division of bench headed by the Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice B Vijayasen Reddy reviewed the matter.
According to sources, during the hearing, the Court said, “Will all the people have the capacity to buy laptops and smartphones.”
The government counsel maintained that district education officers will take appropriate action in this regard.
The court then asked the Government to inform it in two days about the policy or otherwise on the issue.
The next hearing regarding the case would be scheduled after the State Government would submit a report on the 3rd of July.
Stay tuned for further updates.