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MP HC Recognizes Minor Gangrape Survivor’s Unpaid School Fees Suo Motu

Last Updated on February 8, 2024 by News Desk


After the state government promised free education, a minor gangrape victim’s education was endangered since she didn’t pay her school fees.


  • In 2018, the state government sent Survivor and her sister to a private school.
  • Only the first year’s fees were paid; the remaining amount owed is Rs 14 lakh.
  • Regarding the dues, the school sent notices to the authorities and the victim’s relatives.


  • MP HC: Based on a news article exposing the betrayal of the survivor’s commitment, the court took suo motu cognizance.
  • State Government: The excerpt makes no formal arguments.
  • School: Said the issue was fixed and the notification was a mistake caused by staff mishap.


  • The school and the state government received notifications from MP HC, which handled the case as a PIL.
  • The excerpt that is given makes no mention of the final verdict.

Additional Notes:

  • In order to provide the promised assistance for victims—especially vulnerable children—the case emphasises the significance of government responsibility.
  • The court’s prompt response highlights how important the matter is and how dedicated it is to defending the rights of survivors.

Written By: Nikita Shankar @nikitaashankar

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