Patna: Rashtriya Lok Samata Party Upendra Kushwaha, at a rally organized by his party to draw attention towards the failing education scenario of Bihar, slammed the Nitish administrator for introducing liberal schemes like 'Bring Your Degree, Get a Job' that, he said, brought the standard of education down in the state.
Speaking at a large crowd at Patna's Gandhi Maidan on Sunday, Kushwaha said all teaches in Bihar should be re-evaluated for their teaching ability and those show are unfit to be a teacher should be pulled out from their jobs and put in other areas where their degree, knowledge, and skill could be proven useful.
"The Central government has made provisions so no untrained person can become teacher anymore either in government or private schools. Parents complaining about not being able to obtain prescribed textbooks won't have to worry anymore since now they can get the books delivered to their homes directly from the NCERT using online facilities," the Union Minister said.
Praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi for challenging universities across the nation to develop institutions to world-class level, Kushwaha appealed to the people of Bihar to take initiative in making Bihar a better place in terms of education.
Party leader Nagmani, meanwhile, stepped into the political aspect of today's rally by mooting the idea of a Bihar with Upendra Kushwaha as the next Chief Minister of Bihar.
Administering oath to party leaders and those who came to attend the rally to make Bihar a better place in terms of education, Nagmani began chanting slogan "Bihar ka CM kaisa ho, Upendra Kushwaha jaisa ho'.
Nagmani also appealed to the Prime Minister to introduce 'change' in the state so Kushwaha, who he said was a known advocate for better education in Bihar, could replace Nitish Kumar as the next Chief Minister of Bihar.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS