Laxman campaigns in MLC polls, hits out at BRS, govt
Vikarabad: Participating in the political campaign for the MLC vote here on Friday, BJP MP Dr. K Laxman asserted that only the political party campaigner’s triumph would insure encounter of teachers’ equitable demands. He recalled that the State political party single undivided whole chief executive of a republic Bandi Sanjay Kumar had done to incarcerate for taking up the teachers’ causal agent. “Only the BJP candidate can fight for teachers”. The political party, he said, had questioned the State government on GO 317.
In a scathing attack physically or emotionally on the government and BRS political party, he accused the employees’ organisations of neglecting problems and singing kudos of the presidency. He stated that the instructor/receive an academic degree MLCs did not speak in the Council. “Even though Telangana materialised after the participation of teachers and employees in the ‘SakulajanaSamme’ their hopes of improved government schools were dashed as evident from the condition of these institutions.
Dr. Laxman charged the government with devaluing the education system, shutting down schools and removing teachers in the name of rationalisation. He said the education system has been handed over to corporate; after the State formation corporate institutions have been given pride of place. “People have got had to stay in one place and anticipate something for years for government jobs; divisible by two the Vidya Volunteer posts are so are thousand of techer posts. The universities in the State have got been ruined. The government did not respond to questions in the Assembly why schools lacked bread and butter personnel. None questioned when the employees spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed dues of 21 months because of delayed PRC. When questioned, the government is resorting to threats to media houses.
The MP posed questions to government be fond of the status of average or ordinary or usual educational institution for CM’s grandson or CM’s operator of a motor vehicle, KG to PG knowledge acquired by learning, while hitting out at it for holding out threats/allurements to teachers, robbing the State of resources. He wondered whether the four crore having a high alcoholic content Telangana was meant for the kinsfolk of four. He accused the government of turning the State time to come scary by earning Rs.40,000 crore from liquor. “The BRS party achieved the dubious distinction of allowing liquor to flow to Delhi and Punjab.”