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Back You are here: Home Current News AAP launches an aggressive campaign against Modi rule in Gujarat

AAP launches an aggressive campaign against Modi rule in Gujarat

Gujarat Global News Network, Ahmedabad

Aam Adami Party today announced first phase of its aggressive campaign against Modi government in Gujarat.

AAP convener Sukhdev Patel today claimed that the primary education has nosedived in Gujarat despite yearly Gunotsav programme. Quoting figures from government records, he said that in the last ten years number of students in primary schools had come down from 81 lakh to 60 lakh.

AAP made these charges on the day, Gujarat Chief Minister inaugurated a two day national education summit in Gandhinagar. Patel said that AAP wanted to tell participants of the summit not to be misled by tall claims of achievement as the truth was different. We do not want the country to meet fate of Gujarat in primary education, he said.

Giving an example of Ahmedabad, he said a school in Danilimda with 2200 students had no drinking water or toilet facility violating norms set by Supreme Court. Permanent structure of the School was brought down for BRTS depot and school was shifted to pre fabricated make shift school he said.

He said that on Saturday, tomorrow, parents of students of this school will have a silent protest keeping their mouth covered. This protest will be from 11 am to 12 noon.

In yet another major offensive, AAP has decided to have protests at districts headquarters against the use of IB by Modi to terrorise families of AAP members. On January 13, AAP members will hold protest and give a memorandum to District Superintendent of Police against use of police.

On January 16, AAP members will meet district collectors on the same issue. Here they will tell Collectors that this was against free and fair election norms.

To a question about AAP fielding candidates from Gujarat in Lok Sabha elections, he said that anyone who wanted to contest from AAP can apply by January 20 and screening of the applicants is expected to be over by January 31. Gujarat picture will be clear in the first week of February.

One of the members of the three member national committee, Sanjay Singh, will visit Gujarat on January for two day to assess political situation here.

AAP today filed a police complaint against some people trying to mislead aspirants by opening fraudulent offices. Party clarified that it has only one state headquarters office which is in Ayojan Nagar in Ahmedabad.

“For news in Hindi see our Hindi daily Chaupal Chronicle”