HC asks Pune school to take back expelled child
The Free Press Journal|November 14, 2021
School sought undertaking from parents that they won't complain about fees
URVI MAHAJANI

The Bombay High Court has directed a Pune school to unconditionally” take back an expelled student after his parents refused to give an undertaking for not filing any more complaints regarding the school fees.

A division bench of justices Shahrukh Kathawalla and Madhav Jamdar came down heavily on the school for seeking an undertaking from the parents.

The judges have also observed that “the school will not only provide the pet urine appeared bop will also ensure that extra classes are held for the child.” “The school will not insist that the parent will comply with any other condition save and except what is stated in the order, said the court, adding that even “the parent must also cooperate with the school.” The HC has asked both software engineers' parents to pay Rs 91,000 for the current academic year.

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