The government is robbing the lives of government school children CB News

Davanagere. Ju. 7; The district president of Jawahar Bal Manch, Mohammad Zikria, has expressed his outrage that in recent times, the state government has become a habit of playing with the future of children, and now it is going to let the children of the government school live without giving them shoes, socks and bicycles. The fact that the education minister gave a very angry statement when questioned about this shows his dignity as an education minister. On the one hand enrollment in government schools has reduced and many schools have come to the point of closure and on the other hand this government is cutting many privileges of children and forcing them away from education, which is the most unfortunate thing in this country. But this time too, the government seems to be neglecting the scheme of students on the pretext of financial shortage. Show and socks for school children is a scheme to inculcate the enthusiasm of learning in the poor children of the rural areas and to make them happy in the poverty rather than the facilities. It is unfortunate that the insensitive minister does not understand this. The previous governments have done bisyuta, ksheera bhagya, motte bhagya, nali kali to increase the interest in learning among the children of the state without any results. He complained that ten different schemes had been implemented but the current government had given all those schemes a thumbs up and it was as if they had planned to deprive children of education. But the government has taken away their right to shoes and socks and bicycles, making children go barefoot. He has expressed concern that this move of the government has done gross injustice to our children. He demanded that the government should immediately respect the basic rights given to children by the constitution and take action to distribute free shoes and socks and bicycles.

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