All RTE petitions should be heard by one court, says Gujarat High Court

  • | Thursday | 12th July, 2018

A division bench of Gujarat High Court headed by justice MR Shah on Wednesday observed that all petitions related to Right to Education should be heard by one single court. The government pleader told the court that they would move a petition before the chief justice seeking that all RTE matters be heard by a single court. The court observed that this would prevent conflicting judgements on RTE. The State sought some more time from the court to file its reply on reasons why the 3,170 applications were rejected. The court was hearing two petitions related to RTE, one about the inability of the government to start a second round of admissions and another, a PIL that sought to put in public domain the minority status of all schools.

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