DMK is against progressive education system, says BJP MP Nainar Nagenthran

Tirunelveli MP from Bharatiya Janata party Nainar Nagenthran said that Tamil Nadu, which was ruled by great leaders like Kamaraj, could not achieve desirable progress after DMK came to power in 1967, which which he said was against the progressive education system like the establishment of Navodhaya schools. .

Nagenthran, who is also the leader of the BJP Legislative Party in the Tamil Nadu Assembly, made the remarks during his party’s protest against the DMK government’s “broken election promises” in Tirunelveli on Tuesday.

While students from other states, including Andhra Pradesh, did well in national level examinations, students from Tamil Nadu, who were trained with the “samacheer kalvi” and ensured one hundred percent promotion until the class 8, were struggling to clear all india exams as NEET.

The DMK, which had secured a stay to establish schools like Navodhaya in Tamil Nadu, would never bother to nurture the talents and intelligence of the students, he said.

The BJP leader alleged that ganja-induced criminal activities were on the rise in Tamil Nadu.

On the ongoing struggle within the AIADMK, the BJP’s electoral ally, he said the national party would always be “neutral”.

In Thoothukudi, BJP cadres led by R. Chithrangathan, chairman of BJP’s Thoothukudi Southern District, staged a protest near the Chidambara Nagar bus stand.

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