Nepal Police school has not expelled students: NP

Kathmandu. Nepal Police today said its attention has been drawn to recent media reports that a 12th grader was expelled from Nepal Police Higher Secondary Residential School.

Issuing a statement today, Nepal Police claimed that no action has been initiated by the school administration against Swechhya Luitel, who has accused the police school of expelling her ‘to take revenge against her mother’. “The school is fully sensitive about ensuring every student’s right to education,” the statement said.

On July 24, Swechhya had said the school had denied her right to education by not even letting her sit in exam to take revenge against her mother.

According to the press statement released by Nepal Police , Swecchya’s mother Dhenuka, a non-gazetted staffer at the school, was ‘using her daughter’ to avoid action against her. The school administration was preparing to take action against Dhenuka for not carrying out her duties responsibly, said the statement. “Dhenuka was liable to department action, but the school administration does not hold any misgivings against the student,” the statement added. “The administration has not expelled her and she is welcome to attend classes,” it said.