UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath accused the Ashok Gehlot government in Rajasthan of failing to do enough during the second wave of Covid-19 to ensure the safe return of Uttar Pradesh’s 15,000 students from Kota. He added that despite opposition from the ruling Rajasthan party, these students were brought home safely by the BJP government.
“We brought back 15,000 UP students by sending buses despite opposition from the Rajasthani congressional government,” he said at the opening of 20 projects worth Yes62 crore in Gorakhpur, on Friday. This also included a hotel management institute.
Smartphones and tablets were distributed to 1,000 students. 22 students received tablets and smartphones from the CM on stage.
The CM said the state government decided to distribute smartphones and tablets to 1 crore students enrolled in UG, PG, ITIs, Polytechnic and other skills development courses. The action began on December 25, the birthday of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, when these devices were distributed to 60,000 students in Lucknow.
He said beneficiaries will also be given free digital access to the best curriculum content so they can seek help with studying and prepare for selection exams. The tablets and smartphones will also be provided with employment-related information about state and central government programs, he said.
In addition, the government offers Abhoday, free public service coaching, and competitive exams both offline and online.
The CM said that in almost five years in office, his government had given 4.5 lakh young people jobs and another 60 lakh self-employed, working tirelessly for the better future of youth.
Describing the Omicron variant as less dangerous but highly contagious, the CM asked the crowd that students over the age of 15 should get vaccinated to avoid uncomfortable situations.
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