The panchayat took neither the Paswak Committee nor the headmistress into confidence
DC and DEO assured motion after investigation
Barnala: About 50 small and enormous bushes have been cut down from the Government Primary School at Kothe Dult in Handiaya without the approval of the Forest Department and the Education Department. In this regard, the school headmistress Maninder Kaur stated that the bushes have been cut down however they haven’t been requested about this and no different vital approvals have been sought. However, The bushes have been cut down, however they haven’t been requested about to tear down the bushes and no different vital clearances have been sought. She will quickly inform the District Education Officer’s Office, Barnala in writing. When I spoke to Jagtar Singh Dult, chairman of the school’s Paswak committee, he stated, “I’m saddened by the cut-down bushes.
The panchayat allegedly cut down the bushes arbitrarily without passing a decision and without asking the Paswak committee. I’m saddened by this wrongdoing and have resigned. When DEO Elementary spoke to Vasundhara Kapila about this, she stated that we’ve got been reminded immediately by the headmistress of the school. If the school bushes have been cut down on this method then motion will probably be taken after investigation. Talking to Deputy Commissioner Barnala about this, he stated, “I’ll instruct the forest division immediately to get the investigation performed. If there’s any negligence, strict motion will probably be taken.” On the opposite hand, when he spoke to Sarpanch Harmail Singh Gill concerning the matter, he stated, “We had cut down these bushes to put the ground however nobody has sought approval. If the forest division asks for a decision, we’ll submit it.”