Former MP and cricketer Kirti Azad from Darbhanga has made a big claim amid reports of the Congress party’s breakup in Bihar. Azad said that there will be a big breakdown in JDU, not in Congress Bihar, and Nitish Kumar’s government will fall soon. Kirti Azad made this claim during a conversation with the media in Darbhanga.
According to media reports, Kirti jha Azad claimed during the press conference that 15 JDU MLAs in Bihar are in touch with the UPA, Nitish Kumar’s government will fall anytime. He made this claim amid the political turmoil going on in Bihar.
At the same time, at her residence in Darbhanga, Kirti also targeted the government education system. Azad said that the state government is the biggest obstacle in quality education. The semester system has been implemented in PG, but has not been implemented till date at the undergraduate level. This has been implemented years ago in other states including Delhi. The students of Mithilanchal are suffering due to this. The education system here is a stigma for the government of good governance.
He said that in order to benefit private universities, the UGC is conspiring to end distance education in the extension of education in universities of backward areas. He said that if the recognition of the Directorate of Distance Education of Mithila University ends, then a big movement of students will erupt in this area. All the work of the university is going on through outsourcing. The work culture has ended due to no permanent appointment. The university has reached an era of chaos