Bihar BJP Chief Sanjay Jaiswal Targeted JDU Leaders Said This About Higher Education
Bihar Politics: BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal, who is included...
Bihar Politics: BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal, who is included in the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar, has once again targeted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s party JDU, alleging that in the state. The condition of higher education is not satisfactory.
During a program in Raxaul, Jaiswal took a dig at JDU’s argument that the central government should reconsider the new ‘Agneepath scheme’ for recruitment in the armed forces, saying on Wednesday evening that I laugh at JDU that they have also done this. Said that the Agneepath plan should be reconsidered. Whereas in Bihar, the education department is with JDU. In such a situation, they should first consider so that the graduate students can get the degree in three years. Today the students of 2019 have not been able to give the examination of the second session also.
Mob attacked Sanjay Jaiswal’s house
It is noteworthy that Jaiswal’s house was attacked by a protesting mob last week, after which he accused the administration of complicity. JD(U) chief spokesperson and former minister Neeraj Kumar, who has expressed his displeasure towards Jaiswal, reacted strongly to the statement made by him on the delay in the higher education session.
He said that anyone raising questions on the delay in the higher education session would definitely be aware that to regularize the session, the Education Minister and the officers of the department would hold regular meetings at the level of Chancellor, Chancellor’s Office, Vice Chancellors of various universities and university officials. Meaningful initiatives are being taken in this direction.
There was a scuffle between the leaders of BJP and JDU
Neeraj Kumar questioned the intention of Jaiswal, who blamed the functioning of the Bihar government for the delay in the session, saying that the political stalwart must be aware of this as he himself is also a graduate that the head of the university, the Chancellor ( University Chancellor).
Neeraj said that those who raised questions are raising questions on the Chancellor. He said that the political dignitary would be aware that if the Governor appointed on the recommendation of the Central Government takes over as the Chancellor, then whether he is raising this question on the Central Government.
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