8th Std Student Writes to PM to not Use their School Buses for the Rally
Soon after a student pleaded to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan last week to make her school accessible, another student wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him not to take their school bus for political rallies.
In the letter to PM, the 8th std student Devansh Jain requested not to interrupt their studies by using their school buses for the rally in Alirajpur on 9th and 10th of August.
"I request the Prime Minister on behalf of all the students to not use our school buses for the rally" wrote Jain in his letter. He continued "Our studies get affected because we end up missing school when they take our school buses away for rallies".
Prime Minister addressed a public meeting at Bhavra in Alirajpur district, the birthplace of freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad, commemorating 70 years of Independence and 74 years of Quit India Movement on August 9.
The Khandwa District Magistrate instructed all schools to provide school buses for the PM's rally. This type of inconvenience is not created for the first time to students. Due to a rally, Patna students need to skip schools. Hence the whole nation questions government for choosing politics over studies.
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