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Truth exposed in High Court, no electricity, water, toilets in schools: Hooda –

Rohtak, 25 November (NIS)

Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupendra Singh Hooda said that leave alone building new schools, the BJP-JJP government is not even providing electricity, water and toilets in the already established schools. This shameful truth of the coalition government has been exposed in the High Court. The former CM was talking to journalists here on Saturday.

Responding to the fine of Rs 5 lakh imposed on the state government by the High Court, he said that since coming to power, BJP is continuously ruining the education system of Haryana as a matter of policy. First, BJP stopped the recruitment of teachers. This government has not done even a single JBT recruitment in nine years. After that, the government made the teachers leave their teaching work and put them on duty like managing the arrangements in markets and fairs and making family identity cards. Then thousands of posts of teachers were abolished by bringing policies like rationalization. Hooda said that the present government implemented new policies to send children of government schools to private schools. Even private schools were encouraged to adopt government schools. After that about 5000 schools were closed in the name of merger. Now the affidavit given in the High Court shows that it wants to deprive the children of SC, backward classes, poor and farmers studying in government schools from every facility and education. The Education Department itself has told that today there is not even drinking water in 131 government schools of Haryana. Electricity connection was not given in 236 schools. The government, which gave the slogan of toilet for every house, did not build even a single toilet for girls in 538 schools.

Allegations that the government is suppressing the liquor scam

Leader of Opposition Hooda said that along with recruitment scams, the government is also trying to suppress liquor scams and cases of poisonous liquor. Till now no action has been taken against anyone in the lockdown liquor scam. It is the result of the government giving protection to drug dealers that first in Sonipat and now in Yamunanagar, dozens of people died due to poisonous liquor. There should be a high-level impartial investigation into this entire matter, but due to the fear of the truth being exposed, the government does not allow the investigation of any case to be completed.

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