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    Vadodara Parents Association opposed the government decision to waive 25 percent fees in private schools. They demand 50% of the fees to be waived but after the decision they attacked government for not supporting them. The association is fighting for the same for months and expecting favourable decision from the government.

    On Wednesday a decision was taken by state government to waive 25 per cent fee in private schools. However VPA has expressed outrage at the government decision and not accepting the 25% reduction in fees. They said their agitation will continue.

    The controversy over school fees has been going on for the last three months. At the end government has decided to waive 25 per cent fees applicable on both Gujarat Secondary

    Board of Education and CBSE schools. It has also been announced by the government that no school can charge other fees. Notably, the government was asked by the High Court to take a decision on the fee issue.

    Members of the Vadodara Parents Association gathered outside the gates of Kamatibaug on Wednesday with a hope that government would take decision on behalf of the guardians.

    But after the decision of 25% waiver of fees, the parents association put allegations on government for fooled them once again. They opposed the decision and attacked government.

    Mukundbhai, Deepakbhai and other leaders of Vadodara Parents Association, said, they had demanded 50 per cent relief in the matter of fees.  They also submitted the demands and also mentioned about the condition of people hitting hard due to Covid 19.

    They attacked government by saying that first they fooled them by formed a FRC committee and now with 25% fees waive decision. They will continue their fight in the matter.

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