Revoke private varsities bill move, DSU demands
We will lay siege to the Assembly if the government introduces private university bill,” warned Janardhan, the State vice-president of Democratic Student Union (DSU). The DSU representatives held a meeting here at Satavahana University on Monday.
Karimnagar: “We will lay siege to the Assembly if the government introduces private university bill,” warned Janardhan, the State vice-president of Democratic Student Union (DSU). The DSU representatives held a meeting here at Satavahana University on Monday.
Speaking on the occasion, Janardhan alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was trying to introduce private universities bill by joining hands with Reliance Company head Mukhesh Ambani.
It is shame on the part of the TRS government, which is trying to introduce private universities bill to dissolve the government varsities, instead of strengthening them, he criticised.
The bill with a mention of reservations may affect the lives of dalits, adivasis and bahujana students, who wish to pursue higher education. He lamented that the quality of education will be decreased and business on education will increase if private universities bill is introduced. If only the government sanction more funds for the government universities, the educational standards will increase enormously, he opined.
The government must withdraw its decision of introducing private university bill, since all the people and students are opposing the bill strongly. Otherwise, he warned of laying siege to the Assembly with the representatives of various students unions and people’s organisations.DSU district convener Sai, district committee members Venkatesh, Lokesh, Biksham, Sambaraju and Jitendra were present.
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