Hyderabad Telangana

Does a rally needs court permission, Jeevan asks KCR

Does a rally needs court permission, Jeevan asks KCR

CLP deputy leader T Jeevan Reddy has alleged that the State government was trying to privatize Education in the State indirectly.
Speaking to the media at Assembly media hall hereon Monday, Jeevan Reddy alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was trying to weaken the government education. He said the Gurukul Schools have to become alternative to KG-to-PG free education scheme. The TRS government was allocating mere eight percent in the budget to the Education whereas in other States, they were allocating 15 percent of the budget to the Education sector, he pointed out. He also alleged that job notifications were confining to paper and not materializing in reality.
Opining that it was not proper to the State government to deny permission for the Nirudyoga Rally proposed to be held on February 22, Jeevan Reddy questioned the State government whether the State was under monarchy or under democratic rule. Slamming the State government for denying permission to the Nirudyoga Rally, Jeevan Reddy asked whether the organizers should go to the Court to get permission to organise the rally.
Jeevan Reddy reminded that previous Congress government functioned in a democratic manner even when separate Telangana movement was in peak stage by giving permissions to all rallies respecting democratic system. “KCR has to remember those days as to how the then Congress government behaved in a democratic manner”, he said.  He also warned the State government to own the responsibility in case any untoward incident takes place if the government denies permission for the rally.
Responding to Nalgonda MLA Komatiredy Venkat Reddy’s outburst at TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy and the party leaders’ reaction on Komatireddy salvos, Jeevan Reddy said it was a closed chapter and both the leaders reached a compromise. (NSS)