Siddaramaiah accuses Karnataka govt of being hand-in-glove with private schools


Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday accused the BJP authorities in Karnataka of being ‘hand-in-glove’ with private instructional establishments which have been allegedly overcharging college students.

In a sequence of tweets, the Congress chief slammed Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar for allegedly not having management over private training establishments.

He alleged that schools have been forcing dad and mom to pay full college charges and threatening to cease on-line lessons if they didn’t comply with it and stated the federal government was silent on the difficulty.

“Schools are charging even extra curricular fees on top of teaching fees. This is an additional burden on parents.

The @BJP4Karnataka is hand in gloves with the institutions,” Siddaramaiah, who’s Leader of Opposition within the state Assembly tweeted.

He sought the intervention of the Chief Minister and the Primary and Secondary Education Minister to resolve the difficulty on the earliest.

Meanwhile, a bunch of dad and mom staged an indication right here, holding placards and banners and raised slogans towards private instructional establishments for overcharging.

The mom of a pupil on the protest venue, stated this month she was not capable of pay charges as a result of her husband, the only real incomes member, had misplaced his job as a fallout of COVID-19 lockdown and alleged the administration didn’t permit her son to look for the half-yearly exams.


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