Lokesh criticised for demanding cancellation of exams

Amaravati, April 22:

Minister for Education Adimulapu Suresh criticised TDP leader Nara Lokesh for demanding cancellation of tenth intermediate examinations. The opposition has been trying to politicise the COVID crisis, assuring that top priority would given to the health of students and teachers.

Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the minister said that the educational benefits of children are just as important but the opposition leader Lokesh would never understand the value of education as he was a paid student. He said that the State government has been trying to save the academic year for class X and Intermediate students by conducting the examinations duly following the COVID-19 protocol.

The Minister said that the opposition leader has

Minister slams Nara Lokesh

Amaravati, April 22: Minister for Education Adimulapu Suresh slammed TDP leader Nara Lokesh for demanding to cancel the examinations for class 10 and Intermediate students and stated that the opposition has been trying to make politics out of the crisis, assuring that top priority is given to the health of students and teachers.

Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the minister said that the educational benefits of children are just as important but the opposition leader Lokesh would never understand the value of education as he was a paid student. He said that the State government has been trying to save the academic year for class X and Intermediate students by conducting the examinations duly following the COVID-19 protocol.

The Minister said that the opposition leader had turned a blind eye towards the government efforts in safeguarding the student’s future. He also slammed Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan on this issue, saying that he has no moral right to speak on cancelling examinations citing COVID-19, as he was the one who was encouraging the public to go and watch Vakeelsaab, violating the covid safety measures.

He said that the TDP leaders are intentionally trying to politicise the issue and trying to confuse both parents and students. He strongly condemned the manner in which Lokesh spoke and affirmed that every student’s life is important to the State government. He stated that Lokesh would have understood the government’s take, if the degrees he was showing were really authentic.

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