Government schools have gone from bad to worse says State President of AAP student wing

Lucknow: While holding a press conference in the Aam Aadmi Party’s state office, the state president of the student wing, Vanshraj Dubey, said that AAP MP Sanjay Singh started the Selfie with Government School campaign and released the number in which the enthusiasm of the people of Uttar Pradesh is seen.

The people of UP have sent pictures and videos of more number of dilapidated  schools on our issued number. Vansh Raj Dubey said that the face of BJP is constantly being exposed in Uttar Pradesh because this party is completely in support of friendship and capitalism. He said that when the Aam Aadmi Party started talking about government schools, the BJP was shocked. Keeping the figures of government schools, Vansh Raj Dubey said that 25 thousand 577 government schools have been closed in Uttar Pradesh, 22 thousand 824 government schools have been closed in Madhya Pradesh, 6 thousand 271 government schools have been closed in Assam, Uttarakhand 1 thousand 101 government schools have been closed in Karnataka, 637 government schools have been closed in Karnataka and Haryana is also included, this number becomes very high.

Vanshraj Dubey said that on one hand, Aam Aadmi Party has made about 9000 teachers who were on contract in Punjab permanent on Teachers’ Day. He said that the Aam Aadmi Party is working to improve the system of government schools from Delhi to Punjab, which has been discussed in newspapers from the country to abroad, while on the other hand, the BJP government is keeping itself in power by highlighting baseless issues.  Vansh Raj Dubey said that when the Aam Aadmi Party gave a call in Uttar Pradesh that we would keep the plight of the government schools in all the villages, the plight of the government schools in front of the public, then at the behest of the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath. The education officer of Maharajganj issued an order in which it is written that no person, even if he is a journalist, can visit the government school.

Vansh Raj Dubey said that if the Chief Minister can put a ban on visiting government schools, then I thank the people of Uttar Pradesh for releasing photos and videos of the plight of government schools from place to place to the Aam Aadmi Party.  He said that Agra, Banda, Varanasi, Kaushambi, Gosaiganj, Pratapgarh, Auraiya, Fatehpur, Barabanki, Lucknow, Jaunpur, Loni, Shamli, Etah, Sambhal, Firozabad, Maharajganj, Hamirpur are constantly sending footage. Vansh Raj Dubey while attacking BJP said that in 2014 this government had given the slogan of Beti Padhao Beti Bachao but today it is ashamed that videos and footage are coming of government schools, daughters are sweeping in them, there are also schools which are submerged in ponds, many of which have collapsed even the roofs and walls. Giving details of the tweet made by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Vanshraj Dubey said that in the tweet, Yogi Adityanath says that today the education and system of government schools is better than convent schools, so children feel proud to study there.

On this, Vanshraj Dubey took a dig and said that the areas from where photos and videos of government schools are coming is proof that the tweet made by Yogi Adityanath is completely false and Mahesh is a jumlebaazi. Vansh Raj Dubey claimed that any political party has been in power since independence, if you go and visit its village, then you will know that the government schools have gone from bad to worse and houses bungalows and houses of MPs, MLAs and leaders. Private schools have been built, why is this happening? Vansh Raj Dubey said that since 2014, Narendra Modi has never tweeted or talked about government schools, but in view of the popularity of Arvind Kejriwal and his education model, Prime Minister Narendra Modi should also be embarrassed and forced to tweet on education.

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