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CPI-M's destruction of Education system : Tapan says, ‘Politics is a part of Education’ after Manik Sarkar said, ‘Independence Day is a Political Day’
TIWN Sep 13, 2017
CPI-M's destruction of Education system : Tapan says, ‘Politics is a part of Education’ after Manik Sarkar said, ‘Independence Day is a Political Day’
PHOTO : Tripura Education Minister Tapan Chakraborty, CM Manik Sarkar, ABVP inured boys. TIWN File Photos.

AGARTALA, Sep 13 (TIWN): What better quality education can be expected from a Minister under whose Ministry recruitment scams have hit the regime that led state corruption to hit Supreme Court's door with 10,323 ? When SFI / ABVP came in clash during the counting at MBB and BBMC and left ABVP's 7 members injured seriously, Tripura Education Minister Tapan Chakraborty when asked about “College Election should be Banned or Not ?”, he replied, “Why ? College Election is a part of Education". "Along with bookish knowledge the students must gather political knowledge too. This is how they should know the world”, he added. Chakraborty further said, “We welcome all to participate in college elections and ofcourse peace should be maintained in Colleges".

However what more can be expected from CPI-M whose Chief Minister said, “Independence Day is a political day. As a political man my speech on that day must be political”.

However, Ram Madhav, the National General Secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party along with state party president Biplab Deb met the victims at GB hospital. After, meeting the students Ram Madhav said, “Student Politics should be kept separated from the mainstream. This a pathetic culture CPI-M has developed here that party counting vote banks from student politics. After BJP comes in power we will ensure College Election should be democratic out out main stream of  politics”.

Ram Madhav congratulating ABVPs winning in 26 seats; said, “Inspite of gundism ABVP has scored well. All the riggings, the SFI is doing it has to be answered back by them after 2018 election”.

 

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