The question of the closure of the Varanasi school for the blind will be heard in the gathering Students gave a memorandum to opposition leader Ram Govind Chaudhary

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Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated July 19, 2021 12:13 AM IST

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The opposition leader in Vidhan Sabha Ramgovind Chaudhary met the students of Divyang Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti. In addition to dealing with this matter in the Assembly, he has also written a letter to the Prime Minister asking for his knowledge.

Students presented a memorandum to opposition leader Ramgovind Chaudhary
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The question of the closure of the Hanuman Prasad Poddar school for the blind in Durgakund, Varanasi is now being raised in the meeting. On Sunday, students from Divyang Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti met with Legislative Assembly opposition leader Ramgovind Chaudhary and presented a memorandum in Lucknow. Meanwhile, Chaudhary asked to take note of the matter by writing a letter to the Prime Minister raising the matter in the congregation.For a few days there has been a rush against the closure of schools for the blind. The members of the Sangharsh Samiti also called on the government to open the school in the interests of the disabled students. Annoyed that nothing has been done so far, the students met opposition leader Ramgovind Chaudhary in Lucknow on Sunday. The students said that addressing the matter in the Vidhan Sabha would give the movement a boost.

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The question of the closure of the Hanuman Prasad Poddar school for the blind in Durgakund, Varanasi is now being raised in the meeting. On Sunday, students from Divyang Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti met with Legislative Assembly opposition leader Ramgovind Chaudhary and presented a memorandum in Lucknow. Meanwhile, Chaudhary asked to take note of the matter by writing a letter to the Prime Minister raising the matter in the congregation.

For a few days there has been a rush against the closure of schools for the blind. The members of the Sangharsh Samiti also called on the government to open the school in the interests of the disabled students. Annoyed that nothing has been done so far, the students met opposition leader Ramgovind Chaudhary in Lucknow on Sunday. The students said that addressing the matter in the Vidhan Sabha would give the movement a boost.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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