Double standards by state government opposed
Bengaluru, June 7: National Youth Congress secretary Raksha Ramaiah condemned the act of arresting NSUI students who protested near Education minister BC Nagesh’s residence at Tiptur opposing text book committee headed by Rohith Chakrateertha and its outcome.
Visiting Tiptur prison on Monday along with MLC Rajanna where NSUI activists are lodged, Ramaiah questioned the double standards of the state government and asked why ABVP workers who assaulted a few NSUI activists were not arrested. He discussed with NSUI students and took stock of the situation.
The state government is unnecessarily targeting NSUI and politicizing every minute and small development. There is a large-scale lapse in revision of text books. In order to cover up its lapses the government is making NSUI activists as scape goats. False complaints are foisted against NSUI students just to suppress protesting students and those who seek justice.
The government must shed the dictatorship attitude and follow democratic system. This attitude of the government will not continue for long. People will teach lesson at an appropriate time, charged Ramaiah.
Ramaiah and Rajanna spoke to parents of arrested activists and instilled confidence in them and assured their support to students.
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