School for Pahadi Korwa children: No teachers at 3, they left at 2 pm today...

Bindeshwari Painkra is visiting Pahadi Korwa villages in Devgarh tahsil of Surguja district of Chhattisgarh. Pahadi Korvas are one of the primitive tribes declared by Govt of India. He has reached Raja Ata primary school at 3 pm and there are no teachers in the school. The students tell him that the teachers left at 2 pm today. He is requesting authorities to keep an eye on the situation so that the eduation of Pahadi Korwa children is not suffered. For more Painkra Ji can be reached at 09713631048

Posted on: Dec 14, 2012. Tags: BINDESHWARI PAINKRA EDUCATION

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