New Delhi: Aadit Narang, son of dentist Pankaj Narang who was brutally killed by a group of people last month, has got admission in Springdales School in Kirti Nagar.
Earlier this week, Pankaj's wife Upma Narang had requested Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds education portfolio, to get her 7-year-old son admitted to a private school as her family has decided to shift from Vikaspuri to Kirti Nagar.
Sisodia tweeted "I'm grateful to Springdales School for accepting govt's request, to admit son of Late Dr Pankaj Narang. It's a little but imp support(sic)."
In a letter to Sisodia, Upma Narang had requested him to help in getting her son Aadit admitted to Springdales School in Kirti Nagar and his help would go a long way in rehabilitating her family and allow continued education for her son.
After receiving the letter, Sisodia had asked the Delhi Education Department to look into the request for admission in Sprindales Schools (Kirti Nagar) or any other good school in the vicinity for continuation of education Narang's son.
Last month, 40-year-old Pankaj Narang was beaten to death by a group of around 12 persons following a dispute in west Delhi's Vikaspuri area. Police have apprehended 10 people including four juveniles in connection with the murder.