Private School Association moves SC for restoration of 4G services

Srinagar

The Private Schools Association of Jammu and Kashmir has moved the Supreme Court seeking restoration of 4G services in the Union Territory, contending that the lack of proper Internet connectivity violated the fundamental right to education of children, reported The Tribune.

The association — an umbrella body of over 2,200 private schools across Jammu and Kashmir — has challenged a series of government orders passed since January 18, 2020, restricting Internet speed in the newly created Union Territory.

Limiting Internet speed impacted the education sector, particularly during Covid-19 lockdown when education was required to be imparted online, the association submitted, reported The Tribune.

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