Nellore: Convenor of Andhra Pradesh Education Protection Committee D. Ramesh Patnaik has expressed his grief that it is unfortunate that no private school is running in accordance with the verdict given by the Supreme Court against the owners of private schools. He was speaking on the occasion of participating in the parents’ state conference organized by The Parents Association of Andhra Pradesh on the theme “Education is a Business…?, Right to Education – Future of Children” at the Nellore Zilla Parishad Conference Hall on Sunday. He said that the state government introduced the amendment bill in 2021 and imposed some rules on schools to provide some rights to parents. The students studying in any of those schools are saying that the fees paid by them should be spent on the development of the students in that school. He suggested that the members of the Parents Association of Andhra Pradesh should also go and participate in the parents’ meetings held in private schools with the parents, only then the members of the association would know their problems. He said that in the future, Parents Association of Andhra Pradesh will bring awareness among parents across the state and fight against private school owners. High Court Advocate Help Group Convenor GV Nagaraja Rao said that there are many laws to prevent the employers and their activities and the government system to implement them is not good. State President Shikharam.Narahari said that the government should take strict action against the owners of private schools who are acting without considering the laws of the government and the judgments of the courts. They want to severely punish the managements who are running schools without minimum infrastructure, turning education into a business and posing a threat to the future and safety of children. In this meeting, the leaders of Private Teachers Association, Secretary Srinivasulu Reddy, members Rajasekhar, Srikanth Reddy, Vasudeva Rao, Harinath Reddy, Human Rights Protection Council of India Education Wing District Chairman Mahesh, committee members and student union leaders participated.