In Andhra Pradesh, the ruling YSRCP's 'dirty politics' are putting at risk the future of lakhs of students who want to join junior colleges for admissions into Intermediate first year courses for the current academic year 2020-21.
Already students and parents in AP are concerned over academic year going haywire due to corona pandemic.
Now the 'dirty politics' of YSRCP government headed by AP CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy had added to their owes.
It's well known that Jagan has grudge against top two corporate colleges groups in AP, namely Narayana and Sri Chaitanya, because the managements of these corporate groups were close to TDP chief and previous CM N Chandrababu Naidu.
To damage the business of these two corporate groups, Jagan issued a GO (government order) bringing down the number of admissions in each section in junior colleges to 40. Earlier, the junior colleges in AP were permitted to admit 88 students in each section. Jagan has now reduced this to more than half to cause financial losses to Narayana and Sri Chaitanya.
Everyone knows that there is big demand for admissions in Narayana and Sri Chaitanaya because they train students to crack JEE Main, JEE Advanced, NEET, Eamcet etc competitive exams and become engineers, doctors.
Jagan now is trying to hit the financial roots of Narayana, Sri Chaitanya.
Bot these groups challenged the Jagan's GO in the AP High Court and the case is pending.
The admissions for inter first year courses were stopped due to pending court case.
In this backdrop, YSRCP leaders who are close to either Jagan or family members belonging to Jagan have allegedly started 'negotiations' or 'dealings' with managements of Narayana, Sri Chaitanya to 'settle' the issue in return for 'crores of rupees' of bribes.
These 'dirty politics' in AP are ruining not only AP but also the future of students in AP.