Tirupati Bypolls: Chandrababu Indulging In Cheap Politics, Says Nandigam Suresh

 - Sakshi Post

Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh came down heavily on opposition leader Nara Chandrababu Naidu for propagating false information on the Education sector, especially on the Jagananna Amma Vodi scheme and Nadu Nedu works in schools during Tirupati by-poll campaign.

Speaking to media at the district party office here on Friday, the Minister has shown the newspaper clippings regarding the poor condition of government schools in the Kuppum constituency and other areas of the Chittoor district during the previous government as an example to their negligence on the education sector. The Minister said the state government has been revamping schools under Manabadi Nadu Nedu Scheme in three phases, where 15,715 schools are renovated with a cost of Rs 3700 crore in the first phase across the state. He reminded Naidu that the state government has spent nearly Rs 315 crore for revamping 1533 schools in the Chittoor district. 

Stating that 121 schools were revamped with a cost of Rs 30 crore in Kuppam constituency itself in the first phase, the Minister has shown the photos of the renovated Government high school in Kuppam and Sanganapalli and challenged Naidu to inspect and cross verify the schools. The Minister said the Ammavodi scheme has been introduced to ensure no student stops education because of poverty and added that Naidu can never understand the purpose of the scheme and has been indulging in cheap politics for Tirupati bypoll. 

The Minister said the Chief Minister has written letters to the families of Tirupati parliamentary constituency seeking people's support for YSRCP candidate in Tirupati bypoll and YSRCP would register a historic victory in the upcoming elections.

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