According to the reports, the regulatory authority will soon go on floor to keep a check on private schools of the state, as stated by deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal.
CM even asked the education minister Daljit Singh Cheema to look after this matter and make sure that that the Regulatory Authority starts functioning at the earliest.
Punjab government is also looking on the issue of fleecing of parents by some private schools, Sukhbir said while attending the functions organized on the occasion of 125th birth anniversary of B R Ambedkar, at Bhadaur House.
The deputy CM also stated further that the state government will not be tolerant against these activities and that's why a Regulatory Authority in this regard is in offing and would start functioning as soon as possible.
And about the questions that were asked regarding the Kohinoor diamond, he said that the Punjab government would make all efforts to bring it back, as it belongs to Punjab.
He further stated that they would be meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in this regard very soon and would also take up this matter through diplomatic channels, and very soon come up with the solution. He also added up that if required, they would also head towards the Supreme Court of India regarding this matter, for the justice. The deputy chief minister said Bollywood film named "Santa Banta" has been banned in Punjab as it could have hurt the sentiments of Sikhs.