Rahul Gandhi accused “corruption” in Education, reaches out to students

Rahul Gandhi accused “corruption” in Education, reaches out to students

Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi has written an open letter to students across the country, assures them with every possible support to overcome the hurdles on their path for developing a better future.

In the letter, Mr. Gandhi praises the manner in which they have developed the nation in their individual ways and said that “I am constantly awed by the energy and dynamism of the student community.” “However, many of you face an uphill battle. It is not easy to gain admission to good colleges, the fees are often very high, and sometimes what you study does not seem helpful in getting a job. Many of you live in difficult circumstances, and have to take up demanding jobs on the side without support or access to networks,” added the Congress Chief.

Mr. Gandhi has also promised to provide the students with the assistance they need to fulfill their desire and end the “corruption”, which has deprived them of getting better educational opportunities. He continued that “Your concerns are our concerns, your priorities are the Congress party’s priorities.”

The open letter further highlights the students need to help the nation forge before bot through war but advances in Technology, Science, Arts, and Literature. It said that “Societies progress by embracing rationality and justice. And you are at the forefront of this progressive advance.”

The Congress Chief’s message for the students will be translated in all regional languages and will be distributed by the NSUI (National Students Union of India)- the Congress students’ wing- at colleges across the nation as a part of its Better India Campaign, reported source.

The letter has exhorted the students to air their injustices on the NSUI website that comes at a time when educational institutions across the country are stumbled from lack of teaching staffs and BJP government in Madhya Pradesh is facing charges of aiding the Vyapam admission-and-recruitment-scam. Therefore, Congress hopes to leverage these sorts of issues to garner the support before the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

by Banani Sarkar on December 6, 2018

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