Bombay Court’s Judge Offers To Pay Fee Of Widow’s Son, After School Refuses To Take It In Instalment

The Logical Indian

June 28th, 2016

News Source: latestlaws

Plight of a widowed mother
A widowed woman who could not pay her son’s school fees was making her case at the court on the possibility of payment of fees in instalments which the school had refused. The judge got moved by the difficulties faced by the widowed woman and asked the school to consider if the mother could pay the fee in instalments.

Reassurance from the judge

Justice V. M Kanade at the hearing asked the high school located at Chembur to allow the mother of a four-year-old child to pay the school fees in instalments. The judge said the school should consider the plight of the woman and ensure the child is not denied education. The court further said, the school should take a sympathetic view and allow payment of fees in instalments before the judge went on to assure, he would pay the school fees if the mother failed to pay.


The Logical Indian applauds Justice V.M Kanade for his kind gesture. He has reminded all of us of the need to show more sympathy towards the people in need and distress. Let us hope this gesture inspires many more people to come forward to help others

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