YSR Congress party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who had reacted to terror attacks occurred in Sri Lanka is seemingly not interested to react on the student suicides in neighbouring Telugu State.
YSR Congress party (YSRCP) chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who had reacted to terror attacks occurred in Sri Lanka is seemingly not interested to react on the student suicides in neighbouring Telugu State.
Citizens on social media is slamming YS Jagan Reddy’s negligent behaviour towards Telangana students and their parents.
Here are a few criticisms by citizens.
“You condemned the attacks occurred in neighbouring country, but how come you couldn’t notice student suicides in our neighbouring Telugu State?,” a citizen questioned YS Jagan.
“Support our Telangana brothers and Sisters and fight against culprits and Govt which caused 18 students death,” another citizen requested Jagan Reddy.
“Please react to Telangana student suicides and give support. Or …tell to People that I don’t dare to fight against KCR..” a citizen on Twitter expressed his view.
“You don’t hear the deaths of 20 students in Telangana, but you heard the attacks occurred in Sri Lanka. Do you fear of KCR?,” another citizen on Twitter questioned Jagan.
“Please support intermediate students of Telangana.. please speak to Telangana government,” a citizen appealed YS Jagan.
YS Jagan’s rivalries on the hand reacted to the incident and slammed the Telangana government.
JanaSena Party chief Pawan Kalyan on Wednesday (24th of April) in a press release slammed the Telangana government for not taking any sort of responsibility on suicidal incidents of intermediate students in the State
Mr. Kalyan also demanded the Telangana government to consider FREE revaluation and re-verification for the intermedia students, as the students and their parents worried about uncertainties going around in the whole process.
Assuring students and their parents, JanaSena Chief further said, Janasena will stand by the students and fight for the justice.
The Telangana chief minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao however during his meeting with Education Minister and other officials on Wednesday (24th of April) afternoon took a decision that all the intermediate students who have failed in the exams are now eligible to apply for re-verification and recounting for FREE.