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Monday, November 18, 2019

Memorandum submitted to the Chief Minister for the degree college in "Kakarhati"

Memorandum submitted to the Chief Minister for the degree college in "Kakarhati"

19-Nov-2019
Panna (M.P)
Sandeep Tiwari 
About 3- 4 hundred common people of Kakarhati and other panchayats reached Panna under the leadership of  social activist Kailash Nath Tripathi, reaching Panna and submitted a memorandum to the Additional Collector to the Chief Minister.The memorandum showed that in the sixties, Higher Secondary School was opened in Kakarhati but no one has bothered to open a college even after such a long gap, whereas two higher secondary schools under Kakarhati there are 3 high schools and 14 secondary. The school is a secondary school. The life of all the students of these schools, after the twelfth grade, most of the students' lives become dark without studying due to lack of college.
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The biggest irony is that of girls who study till twelth, but after that their education stops and life becomes dark and the life of poor families who do not have money to teach their children also ends.
 Presently, for the bright future of students of about dozens of gram panchayats, opening of a college in Kakarhati is very important, where the administration is running new schemes for the benefit of daughters with resolutions like Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Beti Badhao. Due to the absence of college, the future of girls also dark

 The memorandum warns that if the college of degree college science and arts faculty is not approved in the next session, then indefinite fast-unto-death will be carried out along with picketing demonstration. Anna's pro-social activist Kailash Nath Tripathi has vowed that if the college is not opened in Karkhati, I will go on an indefinite fast even if my life is lost for the future of my country. During this, students including hundreds of citizens were present to give memorandum.