Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court has directed the district education officer to inspect the safety measures provided at the Nagarjuna Model High School at Nagole, where a Class X student died after falling from the school building, before coming to a conclusion on whether or not to give permission to run a school in that building.
Justice A. Rajasheker Reddy was dealing with a petition by Telangana Private Educati-onal Institutions Parents Association stating that seizing the school on account of one unfortunate incident was unfair to the 800 other students.
Police also seized two weapons from the accused persons.
Mr Rama Rao called upon young civil servants to make these problems their number one priority towards finding enduring solutions for them.
Police said the four men tried to escape when they were taken to the crime scene to recreate the incident.
Women also tied rakhis to the police personnel and thanked them while raising slogans of 'hip-hip hurray!'.
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Many welfare hostels in the state do not have permanent buildings and the students are forced to sleep on broken floors.
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The RTC management has also asked employees to affirm that they will not take leave except in emergency circumstances.