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    Malla Reddy criticizes BJP for endangering the future of students in Telangana.

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    Malla Reddy, the Minister of Labor and Employment in Telangana, has recently criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for endangering the future of students in the state. According to Reddy, the BJP has been playing politics with education and has been trying to disrupt the academic year of students by calling for protests and strikes. He has stated that this kind of behavior is unacceptable and that it is the responsibility of political parties to ensure that students are not affected by their political agendas.

    Reddy has also accused the BJP of trying to create a communal divide in Telangana by targeting minority institutions. He has stated that the BJP’s attempts to interfere with the functioning of minority institutions is a clear violation of their constitutional rights and that it will only lead to further unrest in the state. Reddy has called on the BJP to stop playing politics with education and to focus on more important issues that affect the people of Telangana.

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    In conclusion, Malla Reddy’s criticism of the BJP’s actions in Telangana is a timely reminder that education should not be used as a political tool. Students deserve an uninterrupted academic year, free from the disruptions caused by political protests and strikes. It is important for all political parties to prioritize the needs of students and to work towards ensuring that they receive a quality education that will prepare them for the future. The BJP should take heed of Reddy’s words and focus on constructive engagement with the people of Telangana, rather than engaging in divisive politics that only serve to harm the state’s future.

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