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Villagers seek land for govt school on Grievances day Meeting

Villagers seek land for govt school on Grievances day Meeting

People's Grievance Meeting was held at Erode District Collector's office under the chairmanship of Collector H. Krishnanunni on Monday. In this meeting, the  villagers of Thalavadi union said more than 100 students are studying in the Kottadai PU middle school. Out of this, 60 percent are tribals.  After 8th std, the students have to trek 20 km in forest area to go to high school. Due to the lack of proper bus facilities, the dropout rate of children in the region is increasing. In order to prevent this, Kotadai Middle School, the locals remitted Rs. 1 lakh to the Government in 2013 for upgradation of the school. 

Demand for return of daughter:

Now, an order has been issued by the Government School Education Department to upgrade the school. It has been informed that 2 acres of government land in Kotadai village should be allocated and a document issued to set up this school. So, they sought the land for the school.  Demand for return of daughter: Adila, wife of Mohammad Mansoor Ali of Indira Nagar, Erode, said  I have 3 daughters.  We married the eldest daughter Umm Habiba Sumaiya to Sonda Basir Ahmed from Mettupalayam, Coimbatore in October 2019.  After 3 months of marriage, there was a problem between husband and wife. Umm Habiba Sumayya came to Erode during my 2nd daughter's marriage. 

Then she said that she will not go back to her husband's house. On 5th February 2020, Basir Ahmed attacked us and took away our daughter Umm Habiba Sumaiya by force.  After that he did not allow me to see my daughter. We did not know whether she is alive. So   she sought action to get her daughter.  162 petitions were received in the Grievance Camp regarding various demands. District Government H. Krishnanunni gave it to the officials and ordered them to take appropriate action.