State BJP president flays Govt over handling of 3 new med colleges

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State BJP president flays Govt over handling of 3 new med colleges

Wednesday, 15 September 2021 | PNS | DALTONGANJ

State BJP president Deepak Prakash has taken a dig at the incumbent government for its utter failure in handling state’s three new medical colleges namely at Daltonganj, Dumka and Hazaribag. Deepak Prakash said this government has no care, concern and interest in these medical colleges to function properly.

“This government has one and only agenda and that is how to extract money from transfer, posting, mines, stone chips. Transfer — posting is an industry for this government which, said the state BJP president.

These colleges are not on the priority of this government, he said, adding that education be it mainstream or technical or medical or engineering has been dumped by this

government. State BJP president was making these comments following a widespread apprehension that the national medical commission may decline permission for admission in these three new medical colleges in Jharkhand in the current session 2021-22.

Principal of the Medinirai medical college at Pokhraha in Daltonganj Dr Shailendra Kumar told this correspondent today that till date we have not received ‘no admission letter’ from the national medical commission but he said he too was hearing from all corners that admission in new medical colleges for the session 2021 -22 will hang in balance again like that of the previous session 2020-21.           

Deepak Prakash said the minister of this government describes government schools as ill equipped,  poor and mismanaged in comparison to the public schools but this senior minister has no qualms of guilt for not doing good for the government schools.

He said the governmental health sector is sinking while private players in the health sector are having their heyday.

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