We broke the monopoly of feudal forces over the education to realise the dream of poor: CM YS Jagan


Amaravati: Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that they have successfully broke down the monopoly of feudal forces over the education system within three years of coming into power. He said that they are proud enough to declare that they have brought the English medium and digital education system to the public schools packed with the children from economically challenged families. Jagan said that they have brought the dreams of the poor people to impact English medium studies to their children into reality by waging war with the feudal forces.
Chief minister Jagan distributed content loaded tabs to the class-VIII students at Edlapalli ZP high school in Bapatla district on Wednesday. Addressing the public meeting, chief minister said that he had seen the struggle of the poor people in getting the quality education to their children due to their economic status during his padayatra and decided to bring reforms in the entire system soon after coming into power. “Unfortunately, the feudal forces, which do not want the poor to compete with their children, made every attempt of the state government to introduce English medium in the public schools by filling cases in the courts. Our government stood like rock to ensure the implementation of English medium as I am on your side,” said chief minister amidst applause.
He said that he strongly believed that imparting quality education is the only way to change the fortunes of the poor and hence set his focus on transforming the system. He said that annual per capita income in the developed nations is around Rs.30-80 lakh while it is just around 20000-Rs.25000 in AP. Although, they could not change the situation over the night, they have started the journey towards giving a bright future to the next generations. He said that he was particularly happy to launch the scheme on his birthday as giving new age facility to the kids is happiest thing to be done in his life.
Chief minister appealed to the people to keenly study the attitude and approach of the opposition parties which made every attempt to stall the efforts of the state government to provide quality education to the poor. “Do you want these feudal forces to remain the public life? The parties, which had never worked for the uplift of the poor, have right to seek votes? The people, who have never backed the equality to the oppressed sections in socio-political, economic spectrum deserved to be in public life,” asked chief minister. He said that several generations of poor students completed studies with slates. He said that they would not allow the discrimination any longer as he was committed to overall development of the poor. He promised that they would realise every dream of the poor children in the coming years.
He said that taking the fact that the digital divide is also creating disparity between the children from the poor and rich, they have decided to provide internet to all the schools. He said that all the classes from IV-X will be turned into digital classrooms by next June. Ministers Botcha Satyanarayana, Merugu Nagarjuna, MPs Nandigam Suresh, Mopidevi Venkata Ramanarao were also present.

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