Hyderabad: Following the rape of a 4-year-old, the Telangana government ordered that the school be decertified. 

The minister also mandated that a committee led by Telangana's education secretary produce a report outlining security precautions that should be taken in order to avoid a repeat of this tragedy in the near future.

The panel will include the Secretary of the Women and Child Welfare Department, the Director of School Education, and a senior official in charge of protecting minors from sexual offences. The committee was mandated by Telengana's Minister of Education to provide its findings within a week.

Since the event was revealed and made public, the exclusive Banjara Hills private school has stayed closed. The police detained the principal's driver on Wednesday after he was accused of raping and sexually abusing the youngster for two months.

The school's principal did nothing in response to the accusations, and following a flurry of parental protest, he was also detained.

Her parents observed that the four-year-old was acting differently. This gave the appearance that there was a serious problem. According to reports, the youngster pointed to the driver who had access to the students at the school.

Parents and government officials are quite concerned about Telangana Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy's directive since it will be difficult to locate places for the school's 700 children in the middle of the academic year.