Janasena Party Executive Committee Chairman Nadendla Manohar criticized AP Chief Minister, YS Jagan for taking serious steps against Government School Teachers. He accused Jagan of looking sell off Public Schools to Byju’s kind of private educational organizations in the name of innovative methods of teaching.
He claimed that CM Jagan doesn’t come to AP Secretariat ever from his house and him making it compulsory for teachers on-time is laughable. He said that Jagan is looking to terrorize teachers in the name of reforming absenteeism.
Manohar commented further that stating that even one minute delay in attendance will be considered as absent should be seen as Jagan not understanding the circumstances that a teacher can face during their travel to the school.
CM Jagan announced that he wouldn’t tolerate any kind of negligence in the matter of public school sector by any related officials. He warned teachers to show dedication in their work as India needs future generation to be well-educated. He asked teachers to be present on-time every day without fail and went on to state that he would ask officials to note absent for teachers if they come even one minute late.