NPABSAN, Dhanusha urges agitating force to let schools open

JANAKPURDHAM: The National Private and Boarding Schools Association Nepal (NPABSAN), Dhanusha, has urged the agitating forces to create environment conducive for resuming the teaching and learning activities.

A meeting of office-bearers of the Association drew the attention of the agitating parties for the same.

Expressing concern over the environment of indiscipline in the education sector, the meeting objected over the publicity of incident of closure of educational institutions by creating illusion.

Association's Dhanusha chapter chairman Devnath Pandey expressed solidarity to the ongoing Madhes agitation and added that the private schools are not against the agitation.

The Socialist Students Association has closed the schools for an indefinite period after schools asked time and again to pay the fees of the period, when the schools had remained closed.