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Abhijeets tweet deleted | Published: 6th December 2017 | Posted Date: Wednesday 6th December 2017 07:35 PM

Hyderabad: A ninth standard student from Narayana School, KPHB, tweeted his woes of a lost childhood due to academic pressure to minister K.T. Rama Rao on Monday night.

Parents are demanding that schools be inspected immediately to see if they are flouting government rules.

Abhijeet's tweet was deleted on Tuesday morning, but many followers shared screenshots of his tweet, saying that he need not fear the authorities.

@Abhijeet Kartik 09:37 PM: 04 Dec 2017
I am Abhi, studying 9th class at Narayana Techno School, KPHB. My school timings are 08.30 am to 05.30 pm. Also burdened with IT orientation exams on Monday which spoils our Sundays. Sir, please save our childhood and act tough.

This is a tough one for me to respond to Abhi!! I feel your pain and will take up the matter in right earnest asap with Deputy CM @KadiyamSrihari Garu



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