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YS Jagan Reddy Decides To KILL Telugu Medium In Telugu State, Cabinet Reaffirms The Decision

YS Jagan Reddy Decides To KILL Telugu Medium In Telugu State, Cabinet Reaffirms The Decision
YS Jagan Reddy Decides To KILL Telugu Medium In Telugu State, Cabinet Reaffirms The Decision

YSR Congress party chief and Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s decision on banning Telugu medium in Telugu State Andhra Pradesh will not be changed, says Cabinet Ministers Botsa Satyanarana and Perni Nani.

Addressing a press conference on 12th November, Botsa Satyanarayana and Perni Nani said that the ‘Telugu medium’ will be replaced by ‘English medium’ in all the government schools from coming year and government will not step back on the decision.

Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s controversial decision on banning Telugu medium in government schools is raising several other questions.

Mr. Reddy on 11th November said, “today we are competing with the world. Without English one cannot compete.”

He also said that “I am determined so that our children get good education, our children should study in English medium schools.”

Mr. Reddy further added “all our schools should be in English medium.”

Now, the questions the need to be answered are, if all the schools in Andhra Pradesh teach only in English medium, what will happen to the students who wish to study in Telugu medium?

Moreover, what will happen to ‘Maa Telugu Talliki (To Our Mother Telugu) anthem?

The schools and official government functions start with this Song with respect towards Telugu language.

If everybody stops having education in Telugu, what would be the situation after few decades?

How the government thinks that only the English language would lift people out of poverty?

What’s the most important? Language? or the skill?

Does Reddy know how so many advanced economies provide education in their own languages? Be it France, Germany, Japan or Korea.

Howe come they emerged as developed economies?