JanaSena chief Pawan Kalyan slammed the Telangana government for not taking any sort of responsibility on heart wrenching suicidal incidents of intermediate students in the State.
JanaSena party President Pawan Kalyan on Wednesday (24th of April) slammed the Telangana government for not taking any sort of responsibility on heart wrenching suicidal incidents of intermediate students in the State.
Pawan Kalyan in a press release said, “It is unfortunate that 17 students committed suicide after Intermediate result announcement. State Government should take up the responsibility of suicides of 17 students.”
Slamming the Telangana Intermediate Board, Mr. Kalyan said, “playing with the future of students is cruel. Don’t play with the lives of students.”
“There have been several uncertainties going around on the whole process. It is the time to reveal the truth,” Mr. Kalyan said.
Demanding free revaluation and re-verification for intermediate students, Mr. Kalyan said “parents are worried about their children. Government should conduct revaluation and re-verification process for free.”
Assuring students and their parents, JanaSena Chief further said, Janasena will stand by the students and fight for the justice.