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Muzaffarnagar: Aligarh Muslim University Vice Chancellor Gen. Zameeruddin Shah laid the foundation stone for Sir Syed Public School in the Jwala village on the Kandhala Highway in the Muzaffarnagar district on October 9. Shah said Rs. 51 lakh saved last year by not celebrating the Sir Syed Day Dinner will be spent for the construction of the school building. Chttan Khan and Kallan Khan, two residents of the Jwala village have donated 12 bighas of land for the school near Maulana Akhtar Abbas Colony. Salman Jaferi, an AMU alumni have also pledged a donation of Rs. 51 lakh for the school which will be affliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.