Mirzapur Tehri and 400 grams of milk 1 kg rice was divided into 32 children.

After the issue of getting salt roti at MDM in Mirzapur, now a case of sharing of one kg of rice Tehri and four hundred grams of milk among 32 children has come up in the former secondary school of Baraini village in Majhwan block. It was revealed on Wednesday under the supervision of MDM, the divisional coordinator of Vindhyachal division. On August 22 of last year, similar negligence was seen in Mirjapur, which came to the discussion due to the giving of salt-bread in the mid-day meal of Shiur Primary School.

After the issue of getting salt roti at MDM in Mirzapur, now a case of sharing of one kg of rice Tehri and four hundred grams of milk among 32 children has come up in the former secondary school of Baraini village in Majhwan block. It was revealed on Wednesday under the supervision of MDM, the divisional coordinator of Vindhyachal division. On August 22 of last year, similar negligence was seen in Mirjapur, which came to the discussion due to the giving of salt-bread in the mid-day meal of Shiur Primary School. This time one kilogram of rice for 32 children, Tehri along with only 400 ml of milk was distributed among all.
There are 68 students registered at Junior High School in Baraini village. During the inspection, a total of 32 students were present in the school. For these, about 4 kg 800 grams of rice and 6 liters of 300 ml milk should have been given. The matter came to light on Wednesday in a surprise investigation of council schools by divisional coordinator Rakesh Kumar Tiwari. Only one packet of four hundred grams of milk was found in the kitchen during inspection. When asked, the cook told that four hundred grams of milk was mixed with water and divided into 32 students. The same one kilogram of rice was cooking on the stove. After receiving information from the cook, the Divisional Coordinator questioned Assistant Teacher Prakash Nath Patel and Sahacher Ramesh about this. On getting the information right, he reprimanded Teju, who had gone to Nishtha Training, on the phone itself. Even before the Principal Teju got a meal, milk, according to the standard and menu. Fruit distribution was cautioned but the situation remained the same. In case of no improvement, its report is being sent to the Divisional Assistant Education Director for action. The Divisional Coordinator has also written a letter to the BSA for strict action on the headmaster.