Finally, Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan went severely against the TS government and intermediate board on Wednesday, for allegedly neglecting the inter results in Telangana.
After the intermediate results were out, none of the opposition leaders went against the Telangana government, even though a few of the movie celebrities and the normal netizens were severely criticizing the concerned officials. Much to the shock, even Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu suggested the students not to commit suicide and tried to boost the confidence in them, but restrained from going against the Telangana government for the unknown reasons. On the other side, YSRCP Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy didn’t even respond to the issue, and is busy with his dreams of occupying the Chief Minister’s chair after the election results announcement.
At this point of time, where the necessity of the voice of a big leader has arisen, Pawan Kalyan came out against the TS government. He released an official statement from his party Janasena, which read, “it’s not fair on the part of intermediate board to leave the future of students in a confused state. Don’t play with the lives of the students. It is sad to know that 17 students have committed suicide after the announcement of intermediate results. The state government should take the responsibility of it. Right from the exam fee payment and paper valuation, till the results announcement, every student and their parent have several doubts. The concerned officials should take the responsibility of clearing all such doubts and reveal the actual facts, but, on the contrary, the same officials going against the parents and students is a shameful act. Janasena Party is strictly condemning it. We are demanding for a free revaluation and re-verification of the answer sheets.”
On the other side, Pawan Kalyan also spoke about the students saying that the life is precious. He assured to provide the required support from Janasena Party and demanded the state government to provide support to the families of the deceased students and also asked for a strict action against the concerned officials, behind their negligence in valuing the answer sheets.