KCR-led TRS government failed the education industry in Telangana: Former Minister Mohd Ali Shabbir | Hyderabad News


HYDERABAD: Former Union Mohammed Ali Shabbir of this Congress has charged chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao-led TRS government of failing the education industry and ignoring the issues being faced by instructors.
He had been addressing a programme arranged in relationship with instructors’ welfare from the National Solidarity Committee (NSC) here on Saturday. It was initially scheduled on September 5 but had been postponed as a result of the passing of former President of India Pranab Mukherjee and the mourning that followed.
“KCR-led TRS came to power 2014 about the promise of supplying free KG to PG instruction.
The TRS authorities has destroyed the schooling system from KG to PG levels. Over 4,000 main schools were closed down while countless junior and degrees schools were closed. The universities have been deprived of capital, a lot of which have fulltime vice-chancellors. Is there any association from Telangana one of the best 100 universities in the nation? The Chief Minister hasn’t held one meeting to assess the problems pertaining to instructors,” Shabbir Ali stated.
The state of teachers connected with private schools was highly deplorable. A number of the educators and lecturers got down to promoting veggies for livelihood since they lost jobs or weren’t paid wages by the direction since March about the pretext of Covid-19, ” he explained.
Stating that CM KCR was making tall promises and deceiving those with false assurances, he explained KCR’s guarantee of 12% bookings to Muslims was not possible to be attained.
“The Supreme Court has just struck the Maratha reservation since it had spanned the 50percent ceiling. Telangana would have to cross the 50% ceiling when it wants to raise quota for any community. It’s constitutionally impossible to boost the Muslim Treaty to 12% by the current 4 percent,” Shabbir explained.
Shabbir Ali also honoured the frontline warriors because of his or her role in fighting coronavirus disperse.


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