Patna / Samastipur, 08 July (Hindustan Times). Jan Swaraj Party founder Prashant Kishor while interacting with the people in Samastipur said that what is happening between Bihar’s Education Minister and KK Pathak is not important. Due to the change of domicile by the state government, UP, MP’s People will become teachers here and the youth of Bihar will become laborers in other states.

Prashant Kishore said that the education department of Bihar is in limelight these days. There is a dispute between Education Minister Chandrashekhar and Additional Chief Secretary of Education Department KK Pathak. The education system in Bihar is collapsed. When there will be new changes regarding education in Bihar, there will definitely be upheaval. What is happening between Education Minister and KK Pathak is not important. The present government has changed the rule of domicile, due to this the youth of Bihar will not get a chance and injustice will be done to them. People from other states will come and work in Bihar and people from Bihar will go to other states and work in factories.

Prashant Kishor said that the rule of Nitish Kumar’s government will be called the black chapter of the education system. If the roads are bad, the next government can be formed, if there is a flood, the problem can be solved by making proper arrangements for water management. But due to poor education system, the future of two generations who have come out after studying is not going to improve. His whole life will be ruined. They will always have to work under educated people.

Prashant Kishore said that the Bihar government spends Rs 40,000 crore on the education system. Say whatever you want to the Additional Chief Secretary, whatever you want to say to the Education Minister, but the education system does not seem to be improving. No one is focused on improving education. Both are trying to convince me that mine should be accepted. The loss in this is of the children of Bihar, of the teachers, of the school management.

Rahul Dev

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