by Ravi Shankar
New Delhi. : Action Committee of Private Unaided Schools (The largest umbrella organization of private schools in India) requests the Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, to extend the registration of all the vehicles used by the schools.
Bharat Arora , General Secretary of the Action Committee of Private Unaided Schools wrote a latter to Uniou Minister Nitin Gadkari regarding the registration of school vehicles. He requests to extend the registration of all the vehicles used by the schools belonging to Action Committee. The reason for the request originates from the lockdown period that arose in 2020 because of COVID-19. With the lockdown in effect, buses and other school vehicles could not be used for offline classes and registration for these vehicles are currently expired. He requests to prevent schools with financial burdens from purchasing new vehicles.
Secretary Arora requests that the vehicle registration should be extended by two years in order to prevent schools from dealing with another monetary issue and allowing children to be transported from their homes/bus stops to schools. Bharat Arora writes that the vehicles are in perfect condition, meet all the pollution and environmental safety criteria are have been parked on school grounds since the 2020 lockdown.
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