'Namak-roti' Served As Mid-day Meal In Mirzapur | Ghanti Bajao

24 Aug 2019 09:24 AM

'Namak-roti' Served As Mid-day Meal In Mirzapur | Ghanti Bajao

Updated 24 Aug 2019 09:24 AM

A video of children being served salt and rotis in their mid-day meal at a government-run primary school here has gone viral on social media, prompting the Congress to attack the Uttar Pradesh government.
The video is of Siyur Primary School under Jamalpur block and it shows a woman distributing rotis and another woman giving salt to children as the mid-day meal. Authorities suspended two teachers, apparently in an immediate damage control exercise.
It was shared widely on social media on Thursday.
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra hit out at the state government on the issue, terming the incident "condemnable" and said the facilities provided by it were becoming very poor.
Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA) Pravin Kumar Tiwari said on Friday, "Report about the incident was taken from the Block Shiksha Adhikari, Jamalpur, and two teachers found to be prima facie responsible were suspended." 


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