Telugu Nadu Students Federation today warned the State government that it will siege the new residence of Chief Minister N Chandrasekhar Rao if he failed to release funds for fee re-imbursement of the students.
Speaking to the media here on Saturday, Chulka Madhusudhan Reddy said Rs 2090 crore are due towards fee reimbursement and scholarship arrears. But the government has not yet bothered to release the funds, he alleged adding that the TRS government has ignored the Education sector in the state. The government was spending several crores of rupees for proposed buildings of new secretariat and camp office, but it was not releasing funds for students fee reimbursement. He also said the condition of the government schools and Social Welfare hostels are hopeless and the students were facing severe problems as there were no basic facilities in the hostels. If the government failed to solve the students’ problems immediately, the TNSF would lay siege to new camp office of the CM, he warned.
Earlier, TNSF held a meeting and discussed various problems of the students and facilities in the hostels. National coordination member Ramesh, State general secretary Prasad, Ravindar and Sharad, Kishore Reddy, Bhumaiah, Prasad Sunil, Balu and others attended the meeting.(NSS)