Andhra schools turn into godowns


By Uma Sudhir

 

Classrooms in Andhra Pradesh schools are full this academic year, not with students but with stacks of paddy bags. A bumper harvest this rabi season, and not enough godowns to store, has meant students in government schools are forced to sit out in the open.

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About t s sudhir & uma sudhir

Uma Sudhir and T S Sudhir are senior journalists, based in Hyderabad. Both work for NDTV. Uma is a Tamilian, who was educated in
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One Response to Andhra schools turn into godowns

  1. I.J.SWAMY says:

    Farmers must store their produce in private facilities.Rice mills must be told to keep mandatory godown space as a part of price to farmers.”Free” everything to farmers helps hoarding . If no place for hoarding is available government schools are used . Farmers, parents, teachers or anyone else is least interested in education of children .

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