YSRCP government under fire from TDP student group for ‘neglecting’ education
Hyderabad: Telugu Nadu Students’ Federation state president Pranav Gopal on Sunday questioned the government of Andhra Pradesh (AP), asking “if its aim was to destroy the future of students” about its policy of “unilateral” merger of educational establishments assisted by the PA.
Pranav Gopal said the credit for leading students out of schools and “on the roads” would go solely to Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy. âDonors and philanthropists have ceded their lands to the institutions helped to shape future generations of the people. This has played a key role in the development of human resources, âhe said.
Speaking to the media in Amaravati, the TDP leader criticized the government led by Jagan Mohan Reddy for allegedly wasting thousands of crore painting party colors on government office buildings and on the “extra advisers system.” -constitutional â. âOver Rs. 750 Cr was looted in the name of jute bags for ‘sanna biyyam’. But, the ruling YSRCP regime was unwilling to spend Rs. 600 Cr on grants to assisted schools,â a- he points out.
Pranav Gopal reminded YSRCP leaders that the assisted system has been around since the days of the British Raj before independence. âThe sole objective of the Chief Minister was to obtain huge monetary benefits rather than protecting the education system. Alarmingly, the government has misled the courts by providing false information about assisted state institutions, âhe said.
The leader of the TDP claimed that the people of the PA have already realized how âdeterminedâ Jagan Mohan Reddy is to crush âthe aided system. âPeople were eagerly awaiting the opportunity to show the door to the YSRCP regime,â he added.