The Telangana High Court today grilled the state government on the issue of online classes being conducted in schools of the state.
It expressed its displeasure over the "callous attitude" of the state government in taking action against the schools holding the classes illegally.
It asked the government to submit complete details of the steps being initiated by it to stop the conduct of the online classes, before next Monday.
During the hearing of the case, the Advocate General of the state government B S Prasad told the court that the government had not given any permission to private schools to hold online classes, and that the academic year would not begin till July 31.
He also told the court that the government would take a policy decision on the issue in a week, and apprise the HC about it.
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