J&K High Court closes PIL on tuition centres

SRINAGAR: The J&K High Court closed down litigation related to regulating the working and functioning of the tuition centers operating in Jammu and Kashmir with a direction to government authorities to ensure Private Tuition Centre Rules of 2010 be implemented without fail.
The court passed the direction after Additional Advocate General (AAG), B A Dar submitted that the Government is taking all the efforts to redress the grievance projected in the instant Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in keeping with the directions issued by this Court from time to time and the report of the Judges Committee constituted for the purpose.
The court while taking the
submission of AAG on record
said, “In view of the aforesaid
statement made by the Senior
Additional Advocate General, we
close this Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) directing all the concerned
authorities in the Government
of Jammu and Kashmir to
take all necessary steps/ efforts
in order to ensure that the grievance,
as agitated herein this petition,
is redressed at the earliest
in accordance with the series of
directions passed by this Court
from time to time as also having
regard to the report of the Judges
Earlier for regulating the
functioning of tuition centres,
Government in 2010 notified the
Jammu and Kashmir Regulation
of Private Tuition Centre Rules
of 2010 vide Government Order
No. 435-Edu of 2010 dated 30th of
April, 2010.

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