BJP Leaders’ Question who is responsible for the suicides of inter students
BJP leaders in Telangana Tuesday approached relatives of students who supposedly ended it all as far back as the outcomes were pronounced on April 18, irritated with the imprints they got.
The supposed goof-up in the affirmation of results by the Board of Intermediate Education prompted dissents by students, guardians, students' associations and ideological groups in the state.
State BJP president K Laxman and gathering MP Bandaru Dattatreya independently met relatives of students who supposedly ended it all.
While Laxman met some in Hyderabad, Dattatreya visited a family in Warangal.
"This isn't a suicide. We feel this is a homicide by the administration," Laxman told columnists, subsequent to meeting the relatives of a young lady understudy Tuesday.
The goal of gathering relatives is to comfort them and broaden moral help.
The BJP would likewise try endeavors to get exgratia from the administration to the family of the perished, Laxman had said on Monday.
He asserted that around 25 students have taken their lives since April 18, when the middle of the road results was reported.
Laxman had propelled an inconclusive quick last, requesting equity for students, and had canceled the quick following five days following an intrigue made by BJP president Amit Shah.
BJP's requests incorporate sacking training pastor G Jagadeesh Reddy, suspension of Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) secretary, the legal investigation into the entire scene and paying remuneration to groups of students who purportedly ended it all, annoyed with the outcome.
Laxman had reported that a designation of state BJP leaders would meet Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and furthermore President Ram Nath Kovind in Delhi this week.
The saffron party had required a state-wide bandh on the issue Thursday last.
About 9.74 lakh students had shown up for the Intermediate test in March this year and 3.28 lakh of them had fizzled, as per official sources.
Blunders like not showing functional test stamps in the reminders of certain topography students and gurgling blunder in some OMR sheets by analysts, alongside missteps of other nature, have gone to the fore since the declaration of results.
A three-part council, selected by the state government to investigate the issue, has brought up specific deficiencies and proposed therapeutic measures.