Bandi exhorts students not to commit suicide
Hyderabad, June 29 (Maxim News): State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today exhorted the Intermediate students, who failed their examinations not to commit suicide. He told them that they have got a supplementary chance to clear their exams and added that they should not destroy their golden future by taking to extreme steps. He alleged that the failure of the State government in filling vacant posts of lecturers was the main reason for the failure of the students.
Bandi demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao take steps for reforming the Education department. He said he was pained at the suicides of the students, who failed in their examinations. He said he was even more pained after seeing the plight of the parents of the students. He told the parents that they should not force their children to secure good marks in their exams and urged them to not mount pressure on their children. (Maxim News)
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