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Congress Claims Gujarat Govt As Ignoring Education

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Is Govt Of Gujarat Ignoring 'Education'?
The Congress leaders are claiming that "state Government has ignored education, which is its Primary responsibility. It is the responsibility of the state government to fill up thousands of vacant posts of teachers.

The Congress leaders claimed that the vacant seats should have been filled immediately in view of the code of conduct for December elections. However, the CM remains busy in his personal publicity and favoring his favorites. As a result, thousands of young people qualified to become teachers have remained jobless. Thus, Gujarat government has insulted educated youth and education world by not fitting thousands of posts of teachers.

Gohil said that these posts can still be filled with the permission of Election Commission of India and if Gujarat Government makes any such efforts, the congress would extend support to it.

Spokesperson Of Congress Manish Doshi has claimed that due to lack of policies the state government has failed to make any addition of a single room in the schools in the state. Doshi claimed that there are 11680 schools in the state where more than one class functions from a single room. He claimed that Gujarat was ranked 28 in the country when it comes to speaking English by the students.

Gujarat has a long coast line in the country. Fishermen of the state used to catch some of the best fishes here and they did not have to venture in Pakistani limits. On the contrary Pakistai fishermen used to enter Indian waters for fishing and were caught y the coastal security and jailed. But now the situation has changed. Chief Minister's favorites have polluted coastal area of Gujarat and so fishermen of Gujarat have to go to Pakistan.

Well, what do you think about this issue. Do you feel that the Government is Ignoring EDCATION. How? Share among us.

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