Solve students issues, Kodandaram tells government

Solve students issues, Kodandaram tells government
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Speaking at a seminar on “Education-Employment in Telangana”, organised by Progressive Democratic Students’ Union (PDSU) at PRTU Bhavan in Nalgonda as a chief guest, Kodandaram reminded that the ruling party leaders were leveling allegations of hand of a political party behind he raising issues of the public. 

Nalgonda: Taking up the students issues, Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) chairman Prof M Kodandaram on Thursday felt that it would become a big mistake in the democracy if any government thinks it would only talk on behalf of all.

Speaking at a seminar on “Education-Employment in Telangana”, organised by Progressive Democratic Students’ Union (PDSU) at PRTU Bhavan in Nalgonda as a chief guest, Kodandaram reminded that the ruling party leaders were leveling allegations of hand of a political party behind he raising issues of the public.

Making it clear that he has every right to question the government on the public issues, Kodandaram felt it was a part of involving in the development of the society. If everyone was allowed to talk, the issues would be see light and ways to solve them also come out, he opined.

He felt that if the rulers were considered questioning was like a crime, it would become a big hurdle for the development of society and participative governance.

When questioning of the people was muzzled, the people, who politically and financially sound, get the change to do their all works, which were also against the people, he maintained.

He has made it clear that he would utilise the every platform to question the rulers on public issues. The TJAC Chairman has also found fault in allotting the examination centres to TSPSC Group-II candidates in the towns which were far away from their native places as it would create hardships to them. He pointed out that Group-II test was a two-day competitive examination.

He has also urged the government to clear the fee dues for the benefit of poor students and implement KG to PG free education as early as possible.

Suggesting the government to launch more residential schools and colleges in the State, Kodandaram opined that the quality of education in residential educational institutions could be more compared to private schools and colleges.

The CPI (ML-New Democracy) district secretary R Krishna, Rythu Cooli Sangam leader V Koteshwar Rao and PDSU district secretary Indurthi Sagar were also present.

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