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BJP implementing saffron education policy of RSS: K Ramakrishna Saffron Education Policy
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BJP implementing saffron education policy of RSS: K Ramakrishna

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 30 Jul 2022, 12:41 pm

Tirupati/IBNS: Andhra Pradesh Communist Party of India (CPI) Secretary K Ramakrishna has accused the centre of propagating education prompted by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

Addressing the valedictory of the three-day workshop organised by AISF (All India Students federation), the students wing of CPI, Ramakrishna said the Modi government was implementing the RSS agenda of imposing communal Hindutva philosophy in the country.

He said the NDA regime was busy in implementing its political agenda rather than resolving peoples issues like unemployment, farmers problems and rising prices.

While all the earlier Prime Ministers evolved a unique public institution, PM Modi has been busy disintegrating the public sector companies into private hands thereby systematically disbanding the reservations of jobs in the country, he alleged.

He alleged that in Andhra Pradesh the Jagan Mohan Reddy government has become responsible for falling educational standards in universities due to massive vacancies of lecturers and professors were not left unfilled.

He called upon students to stage relentless struggle against 'anti-student and youth policies of center and state governments'.