Raids in govt schools after snake found in mid-day meal


Team Udayavani, May 13, 2017, 9:47 AM IST

Faridabad: A snake was found in the mid-day meal served to children in a government school here following which the Chief Minister’s flying squad inspected six schools in the district to take stock of the situation.

Yesterday, a snake was found in the food served to children in government Girls Senior Secondary School in NIT No-2 area in the district.

The squad checked mid-day meals in schools at Uncha Gaon, Chandravali, Ahairvad and Tigaon Road in the district.

“We took in writing about any shortcomings in the quality of food being served in their schools from the principals concerned,” said Deputy Superintendent Dinesh Yadav.

Carrot sticks were found in the rice being served to the students, said Rajendra Singh, Assistant sub inspector in the squad.

The report about the quality of the food has been sent to the chief minister, he added.

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