Muzaffarnagar. The controversy surrounding the MG Public Schools committee has already hit the streets. Reema Singhal, daughter of Surendra Sindhi, who constantly fought to get her son’s TC for the last month after the TC was issued by the school administration, today faced the president of MG Public School and industrialist Satish Goyal. up. During this, many male and female teachers from the school were also present with him.
Reema Singhal, who is fighting to get her son’s TC from MG Public School, finally succeeded after a month. By order of District Magistrate Chandra Bhushan Singh, Principal of MG Public School, Monika Garg has given TC. In this regard, Reema Singhal thanked DM as well as all the media for supporting her in her fight. Reema Singhal has declared a war of words against the timeless chairman of the MG Public Schools Committee, Satish Goyal. Reema Singhal says that Satish Goyal has created a stigma in her personal life, so she too has entered the field to respond to Satish Goyal in the same language.
Reema Singhal, a resident of Mohalla Dwarkapuri from the Thana Nai Mandi Kotwali area, held a press conference today at a hotel located on Roorkee Road, in which Reema Singhal resolved the ongoing dispute over her son’s TC at MG Public School and to obtain TC District Justice Chandra Bhushan Singh proposed a vote of thanks. He has also thanked the media. Reema Singhal said that last month she had petitioned the district judge to protect her son’s life and obtain CT scans. The District Magistrate did a fair investigation into it and helped her son get CT scans. He accused the timeless MG Public Schools Committee Chairman Satish Goyal and said that Satish Goyal has made false accusations against him, which is not true.
She said that Satish Goyal should not make such accusations and counter accusations, she will answer them. Satish Goyal does not need to elaborate on how she relates to her family. Reema Singhal said that she will initiate legal action against Satish Goyal starting tomorrow and now she will fight the battle of crosses. She said that today there are also some teachers who have retired from that school, who have accused the MG Public School of injustice. Usha Gupta, a retired MG Public School teacher, also accused MG Public School of being unfair to her during her retirement. She served as a Hindi teacher at MG Public School, but was denied her rights during her retirement. She said that she was not given any pension service during her retirement, while the teachers who retired from the school before him received good facilities from the school. She says that he completed his term, but at the time of retirement he was not provided with the pension facility.