Beating plates at Collector office as part of their agitation
The student body NSUI has demanded the waiver of one session fee of school-colleges and organise a programme to wake up the government by beating plates at collector office on Friday. They threaten to intensify their agitation in case their demands are not met soon.
On the direction of High Court, state government announced a 25 per cent fee waiver in schools and colleges after a long fight by the parents’ association and various organizations.
However, the government’s decision to waive the 25 per cent fee has been rejected by the parents association. They demand a waiver of 50 per cent and 75 per cent fees. However the student unions demanding waiver of one session fee and agitate on different occasions.
On Friday at Vadodara, the student organization NSUI beat plates as part of their agitation at Collector office with a demand for waiver of one session fee of school and colleges. The event was attended by a large number of NSUI activists with banners and posters and put forward their demands aggressively.
Vadodara NSUI President Vraj Patel said, that the economic condition of the people has deteriorated due to the Corona pandemic. Schools and colleges have also been closed due to Corona.
In such situation there demand is waiver of one session fee by the government. They also threaten to intensify their agitation if their demands were not met met by the government.