When CM turned a teacher

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Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu turned as a teacher for nearly an hour and narrated a story of hunter and fox from Panchatantra to students of ZP High School in Atkuru village of Ungutur mandal in Krishna district on Thursday.

Vijayawada: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu turned as a teacher for nearly an hour and narrated a story of hunter and fox from Panchatantra to students of ZP High School in Atkuru village of Ungutur mandal in Krishna district on Thursday.

The Chief Minister who reached the school to inaugurate Vidyanjali programme launched by the Centre, proceeded directly to a classroom and read out a story from the book, explained it to the students and started asking them on what they learnt from the story in which the fox died due to greediness.

Says the Vidyanjali programme launched by the Centre will help the students to interact with those who served the society and those who belong to that particular village and came up in life

Explaining the moral of the story, the Chief Minister said that greediness lead to unhappiness and people should remain happy and try to help others if possible. He said people should not strive for accumulating wealth and excess wealth should be utilised for the benefit of society.

When the Chief Minister started asking questions on the moral of the story, a boy said one should not depend on anyone and should work hard to become successful. Another girl said that people should think good and do good to come up in life.

The Chief Minister said the Vidyanjali programme launched by the Centre would help the students to interact with those who served the society and those who belong to that particular village and came up in life.

He said that such interaction would help to improve knowledge among students on both country and world affairs. He advised students to develop creative thinking and logical reasoning.

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