Today, on the call of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, above 86 thousand students from more than twelve hundred colleges of 33 districts of Telangana gathered at Parade Ground, Secunderabad, Telangana demanding solution of various problems related to students and youth in Telangana. Through this historic gathering of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the youth of Telangana demanded Fee Regulation Act, implementation of the National Education Policy-2020 in the state, fee reimbursement and pending payment of 5,300 crores of scholarship dues, better social welfare hostels and gurukuls etc.
ABVP’s ‘Kadana Bheri’ rally has also demanded restructuring and strengthening of TSPSC in Telangana, filling up of 1.91 lakh vacancies in various departments under the state government soon, securing land for all universities in Telangana,etc.
At present the corrupt government of Telangana has completely neglected the needs of the common man and the natives of the state have lost hope from the present government.
ABVP National General Secretary Yagyavalkya Shukla said, “Thousands of students in Telangana today demanded solutions to educational problems in the state. The state government of Telangana has turned a blind eye to the problems of the youth. Youth in ABVP rally today warned the state government that the issues of the youth cannot be ignored in the state. The state’s government schools and colleges are in pathetic condition and the education system is plagued by the exploits of the education mafia. K. Chandrasekhar Rao failed the state’s youth and their expectations.”
ABVP National Secretary Ankita Pawar said, “Instead of solving the problems of the youth of Telangana, KCR is misusing the taxpayers money of the state on false advertisements. Unemployment is at its peak in the state and all fronts of development are collapsing.No efforts are visible from the present government to improve the pathetic condition of the state. Students in the state are upset due to unavailability of scholarship, no efforts are taken to improve this situation.”
ABVP National Organising Secretary Ashish Chauhan said “Progress in Telangana means the progress of K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s family, it has nothing to do with the progress of the state. At present Telangana lags behind in many sectors including education, startups, IT etc. The policies of the state government are entirely responsible for this. The corruption of the state government has stalled development in Telangana.”
ABVP National Joint Organising Secretary S.Balakrishna said,”Politics of development should be on priority in Telangana, leaving low-level politics, so that prosperity can come into the state. There are lakhs of vacancies in various departments of the state government, due to which the work is being affected as well as there is anger among the youth also because of non-filling of these vacancies. The state government will have to ensure that the appointments of all the departments are filled in mission mode.”
ABVP Telangana state secretary Kumari Jhansi said, “The problem of employment for the youth of Telangana is unavoidable. The state government has failed to organise the examinations properly, In the past, when there was agitation under the leadership of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad regarding paper leak incident and demand for employment, instead of solving the problems, the state government tried to hide its failures by police repression. Today the youth of the state are disturbed due to the failures of the state government.Due to the failures of Chandrashekhar Rao, the education system of the state has reached the abyss.Today ‘Kadna Bheri’ has prominently raised various problems of youth and students.”