School reopening in Kerala: CM Pinarayi directs authorities to make necessary arrangements


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Thiruvananthapuram: A meeting chaired by the chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan evaluated the arrangements for the school reopening in Kerala.

In the meeting, the CM has given directions on the various measures to be taken by the authorities.

The trees near school premises that are in dangerous condition should be either trimmed or felled. KSEB should ensure stay wire and electric line are not lying low to avert possible accidents.

The schools should find spaces to provide vehicle parking for parents who are likely to visit the school on the reopening day.

Similarly, the vehicles relied by the students for transportation should not be parked in roadside as it will create traffic congestion. The schools should find spaces for parking or waiting bay for such vehicles.

CM has urged the authorities to remove the promotional materials like flags, hangings and boards if they are potentially dangerous.

LSGD minister MV Govindan, water resources minister Roshy Augustine, education minister V Sivankutty, health minister Veena George and chief secretary Dr VP Joy spoke during the meeting.

It is learnt that departments concerned will issue directions soon.

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