Fee of Dead Daughter – Bahrain School Calls Indian Couple to Pay Fee of Dead Daughter
A Bahrain-based Indian school has left the parents of an Indian girl “devastated” after calling them up to clear outstanding fees of their eight-year-old daughter, who had died in January.
Glossy Philip, the mother, got a call from Indian School Bahrain (ISB) a week ago about remarkable educational cost expenses for her little girl Abiya Shreya Jophy regardless of having educated the school of her demise and illuminating that she was not selected toward the begin of term in April.
Ms Shiny, who is recouping from the loss of her just little girl, has fallen into a condition of misery at the end of the day taking after the school’s telephone calls, her spouse Jophy Cherian told Gulf Daily News.
“It is unfortunate that the staff members at the school were so insensitive towards a mother’s feelings,” Mr Jophy, who was also called up Monday for the same demand, said.
“When they called her 10 days ago on our landline, she told them that we lost Abiya and requested them to remove her name from the records. She has been very upset ever since and she has been devastated, trying to cope with the loss with much difficulty,” he said.