Why Bal Bharti School cancelled admission of 60 students?- Part II

Bal Bharti School of Pritam pura, Delhi, cancelled the admission of 60 students on Thursday by giving the reference of DM’s order that the students got illegal admission in Economically Weaker Section (EWS) class.

Why Bal Bharti School cancelled admission of 60 students?

Bal Bharti School of Pritam pura, Delhi, cancelled the admission of 60 students on Thursday by giving the reference of DM’s order that the students got illegal admission in Economically Weaker Section (EWS) class.

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