We demand admission of our 3 lakh college students earlier than the following 2021 tutorial yr begins – Kainth
Paper tiger Captain Amarinder authorities, no motion on floor – NSCA
Deliberate try by Captain authorities to spoil our future era – Kainth
CHANDIGARH – The protest Dharna/indefinite symbolic starvation strike by The National Scheduled Castes Alliance at Sector 25 Rally Ground, Chandigarh entered into the 11th day with calls for falling on deaf ears of the federal government. The protesters right here sat half bare on the Rally floor within the chilling chilly, hoping to appeal to consideration of the federal government on this severe challenge. Paramjit Singh Kainth, President, National Scheduled Castes Alliance mentioned, “our protest has been happening since 28th December and this anti-scheduled castes authorities of Captain Amarinder Singh in Punjab has not but heeded to any our calls for and never even despatched any proposal for an answer to the way forward for 3 lakh college students who’ve been denied admission into faculties within the final 2020-21 tutorial yr and 7 lakh college students who’ve been denied levels/certificates for the reason that final 3 years by the universities/universities in Punjab.”
“The corruption rampant on this authorities has resulted in a complete era of younger college students from the Scheduled Castes, Other backward courses and marginalized communities to endure needlessly with none fault of their very own. The total Post Matric Scholarship rip-off is the results of inefficiencies and greed of ministers on this authorities particularly Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Sadhu Singh Dharamsot who has been accused of embezzlement of Rs. 63 crore from the funds within the scheme. We demand a CBI inquiry into this rip-off and speedy resignation of the Minister.” mentioned Mr. Kainth.
Criticizing the federal government over its lax perspective, Paramjit Singh Kainth mentioned, “The Baba Saheb Post Matric Scholarship scheme which the Punjab Government began was rejected by the Joint Committee of Colleges in Punjab which declared its lack of ability to help the 60:40 scheme of funding devised by the State. We demand that as an alternative of being a mere paper tiger authorities, they need to concentrate to the injustices and discrimination being met on the bottom with the SC group and clear up these points instantly.”