Amazed in the matter of why he won't get a free laptop regardless of scoring three percent more than his companion from the reserved category, a youth in Madhya Pradesh left everybody surprised when he quizzed CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan amid a workshop. On Monday, On Monday, the chief minister was communicating with students over the state in a 'live telephone in' program. The chief minister additionally took inquiries from the students at Model School assembly room in Bhopal.
During the interaction, the student said, “Mamaji, please don’t bring caste into education.’’
A leading news portal reported that the student argued why he won’t get the laptop despite studying for the same length of time and scoring 80 percent, three percent more than his friend.
The youth turned marginally forceful while repeating `mamaji caste, mamaji caste,' giving the CM some awkward minutes and constrained the authorities to mediate. In any case, Shivraj Chohan requested that authorities not hinder and proceeded with noting the inquiries.
He said, “some people were left way behind and we should not complain if they are given some concessions."
The CM further told the young man, "Our country has flowers of different colors. We need to take care and protect all. Be large-hearted."
He likewise expounded about different plans not founded on caste. Another student featured a similar issue, asking why students from reserved category were getting benefits.
Under a plan called 'Chatra Protsahan Yojana', the students of Madhya Pradesh, who have a place with the SC and ST classification, can apply for the free laptop in the event that they accomplish 75% in Class 12.