The Telangana High Court today gave its green signal for the reopening of Gurukul institutions in the state.
As the first year Intermediate examinations are due to be held, the government urged the court to vacate the stay orders on the Gurukuls' reopening.
Advocate General Prasad said that the coronavirus protocols would be followed to restart the Gurukuls. He also told the court that the several schools and educational institutions had been reopened in the state following coronavirus protocols, and that coronavirus cases too had come down drastically now, and sought the HC's nod for the reopening.
Convinced by this, the HC agreed to lift the stay orders, and directed the taking of strict steps to ensure that coronavirus protocols were followed.
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