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State says books were provided to all schools

Staff Reporter

BANGALORE: The State Government on Friday submitted to the Karnataka High Court that it had supplied textbooks to all schools that had paid for its supply to the Karnataka Textbook Authority (KTA).

The State made this submission when Justice S. Abdul Nazir was hearing petitions by several schools challenging the failure of the State Government and the KTA to supply textbooks to them.

Government advocate Keshav Reddy said the KTA had supplied textbooks to schools that had placed an indent with the authority.

Justice Nazir disposed of the petition giving liberty to the petitioners to move the court once again if the authority or the Government failed to supply textbooks on time for the next academic year.

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