Kavya death: Alva's residential school being run illegally?
- Ugrappa, Chairperson of the Expert Committee on Preventing Sexual Violence against Women and Children, visited Alva's School
- It is said that the Alva's does not have permission to run a residential school
- Kavya, who was found dead on July 20 was studying in Alva's Residential School
- So far, the School authorities have not commented on the issue
Ugrappa, Chairperson of the Expert Committee on Preventing Sexual Violence against Women and Children, has taken Alva's School to task as it is said that there is no permission for the private school to run a residential school.
Ugrappa has said that no private school authority has the permission to run a residential school. It is not clear if Alvas has the license to run a residential school. Kavya Poojary, who was found hanging from a fan in her hostel room on July 20 was studying in the Alva's Residential School. I will submit a report in this regard to the government, said Ugrappa speaking to a Public TV news channel.
He was accompanied by Mangalore Police Commissioner TR Suresh, Deputy Commissioner Jagadeesh who too inspected the school premises. They spoke to Kavya's roommates, friends and physical education teacher Praveen.
The news channel claimed that Alva's School authorities do not have any documents for having a license to run a residential school.
Surprisingly, Ugrappa too is said to have asked the questions including why was Kavya's body removed from the rope and taken to the hospital and kept in the mortuary even without informing the parents.
Meanwhile, it is said that this case will not be closed till the culprits are brought to the books and action is taken against guilty.
Alva's School has not reacted on this issue yet.