Rebellion upsets BSY

He was emotionally charged and disturbed when he addressed the students at the launch of free CET training programme for rural students at VHD Home Science College. He arrived at the programme almost three hours behind the schedule.

He said, “Those who have done good work are being branded as criminals. But I have not lost hopes. If I get support from all, I will achieve what successive governments have not been able to do in the last 60 years”, he said. But he offered no explanation as to why he was making such statements - due to the political crisis or due to the problems being faced after the floods in NK. But he made a futile attempt to link his woes to the floods. He was emotionally charged as he said he did hold three-hour long meeting with ministers on relief works in flood-hit areas. “It seems the public are losing confidence. They are worried what if mother feeds poison to her children,” he said. However, it was not clear what he was trying to convey to the students with these words. Later, he appealed to all his colleagues, “Let us forget politics and begin to build the State. People will not forgive us for our slackness.”

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