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Saturday, 25 May 2024 10.37 PM IST

KSU trying to harm students by announcing education bandh during exam time; should withdraw from decision, says Minister V Sivankutty

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Education Minister V Sivankutty said that KSU was trying to harm students by announcing an education bandh during the time of exams. The minister also requested KSU to withdraw from this decision. If not, the Congress should intervene and ask KSU to withdraw from this decision, the minister said in a press release.

"The Congress and its feeder organizations are deliberately attempting to taint the education sector at a time when the SSLC, Higher Secondary and Vocational Higher Secondary examinations are being held in the state. Public examinations of Plus One and Plus Two classes are scheduled to take place on Tuesday. A total of 4,69,341 students will appear in schools for this exam. Primary and secondary school-level exams will also take place on Tuesday. At this point, it must be suspected whether there is a conspiracy to turn the streets into battlegrounds," the minister said.

"The state government has reiterated that it is with Siddharth's family. The investigating officers are carrying out vigorous investigation and evidence collection after arresting the accused in the incident. Congress and its feeder organizations are looking to politicize the issue and thereby make electoral gains. Exam time is a time when children need to concentrate a lot. At this stage, by creating a tainted atmosphere in the schools, KSU is committing cruelty to the Kerala society itself," he said.

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