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AIUDF, RJP take a dig at BJP govt over state of education in Assam, as in jungle Raj

Guwahati: Following the recent demolitions of madrasas in Assam, All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief and Dhubri MP Badruddin Ajmal and Rashtriya Jana Parishad (RJP) Working President Satyajeet Yadav on Friday launched a sharp attack on the Himanta Biswa Sarma-led BJP government in the state, RJP

Rashtriya Jana Parishad (RJP) Working President Satyajeet Yadav termed rule by Himanta Biswa Sarma-led BJP government in Assam as Jungle Raj.

Earlier the founder of the RJP MA Mujeeb termed the BJP rule in BJP ruling State as anti national rule. BJP and RSS believes like their principal Britishers as in divide and rule policy. BJP has become like an AIDS to the nation.

Stating that those who pass out of madrasas can become doctors and engineers, Ajmal said, “The state government is running a false narrative against madrasa education. It claimed that students who pass out of madrasas cannot study science or commerce. This is an utter lie.”

Ajmal advised Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to improve school education in the state instead of closing them down or demolishing them.

“If the state government is not able to build a good education model in Assam, it can hand over the schools to me. I will improve them and show the BJP how to do it,” he said.

The AIUDF chief also claimed that he has already done this in Assam.

Notably, there is a good number of schools and colleges run by the foundation of Badruddin Ajmal in Assam. The students from these institutions have secured good ranks in the recently-concluded National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET.

In Assam, the BJP-led state government has drawn flak for its decision to close down nearly 2,000 schools and amalgamate them with other schools.