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    The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) district leaders in Karimnagar submitted a memorandum to the district Collector RV Karnan on Tuesday. They demanded that the state government create a new Fee Control Act to stop private and corporate educational institutions from charging high fees. The BJYM leaders asked for stronger fee regulatory committees to prevent private fees exploitation. They also wanted schools to display the table of fees they charge outside for everyone to see.

    Furthermore, the leaders requested legal action against schools that sell books, uniforms, and stationery as a business. They demanded that government schools provide books and uniforms at the start of every academic year instead of waiting for three or four months. They also called for private schools without adequate infrastructure, sports grounds, security, and walls to be closed down.

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    Additionally, they wanted corporate and private educational institutions running illegally under the same name to be banned. They said schools run by unqualified teachers should have their permission revoked to protect students’ futures. Lastly, the BJYM warned that if the state government did not fulfill parents’ demands, a large-scale movement would start across the state.

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