GUWAHATI: The Assam State Primary School Teachers’ Sanmilani on Sunday praised the AASU for taking up the issue of 39,000 vernacular medium primary schools before the State Government. The AASU on Saturday demanded that the State government must immediately initiate pragmatic steps to address the problems afflicting 50 lakh students of 39,000 vernacular-medium primary schools. All Assam Students Union president Dipanko Kumar Nath and general secretary Lurin Jyoti Gogoi pointed out in a statement that “the vernacular-medium primary schools have been facing lots of problems for a long time”. Adding that “their development is important for the overall development of the future Assamese society”, the All Assam Students Union leaders criticized the State government “for turning a blind eye to this vital issue”.
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