Delhi Education Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely on Thursday lashed out at schools which are forcing parents to buy costly forms for their children's nursery admission. The minister was reacting to a sting operation conducted by a popular news channel on various public schools which showed how the institutions were fleecing parents by charging anything between Rs.50-400 for prospectus and admission form. “Nobody can charge more than Rs.25 as far as the form and registration is concerned,” the minister said. Schools “cannot force a parent to buy a prospectus and the law is totally clear on this,” added Lovely. Regarding the sting operation, Lovely said that those found to be at fault would be taken to task.