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20.As stated in the earlier order, it is imperative that the teachers are sensitized on this issue and once they get a proper understanding as to what is undergone by a child who belongs to this community, they will be in a better position to give proper guidance. In view of the same, this Court expects the 17th and 18th respondents to take up this issue seriously and to start the process of sensitizing teachers in the school. The steps taken by the 17th and 18th respondents in this regard shall also be informed to this Court by way of filing a status report during the next date of hearing. 21.Post this writ petition for hearing on 09.12.2022 at 2.15 pm. 02.09.2022 Internet: Yes KP N.ANAND VENKATESH.,J KP WP No.7284 of 2021 02.09.2022
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