In this regard, the Deputy Director of Pre-Graduate Education Department, Bengaluru, who has issued a circular on November 8, has directed that a fixed number of students from all the government, aided and unaided pre-degree colleges of the district should be brought to the program.
Buses are scheduled to fetch the students and they will leave the respective colleges on schedule. The nodal officers and principals assigned to those buses should bring the students safely to the program and take them back after the program is over. In case of mistake, the principal is responsible for further actions.
In relation to bringing children to the Modi program, a meeting was held with the principals of PU colleges in the district under the leadership of the CEO of Bangalore Rural Zilla Panchayat. Based on this, PU Department DDP has issued this circular. Sources said that according to the information, the bus has been arranged by the local Zilla Panchayat itself.
Modi to Bangalore on November 11!
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Bangalore on November 11 and inaugurate the 108-feet tall Kempegowda statue at the city’s airport. Nadaprabhu will inaugurate the newly constructed Terminal-2 at Kempegowda International Airport and give the green signal to the Vande Bharat train.
AAP opposes the circular
AAP has expressed outrage that abuse of school children of the state is not worthy of any reason for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election speech. AAP said that it has become common these days that the ruling BJP party has been misrepresenting the official programs of the government as its party program for the past several days.
It is a reprehensible fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is exploiting government school children from Bengaluru rural district to inaugurate Terminal 2 and Kempegowda Putthali at Devanahalli International Airport. Aam Aadmi Party Bangalore President Mohan Dasari said that Aam Aadmi Party will not tolerate this kind of development in any way.