Congress party president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to admit the children of those who died due to the coronavirus epidemic at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV).
“I am writing to urge you to consider providing free education at Navodaya Vidyalaya to children who have lost either their parents or their working parents due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Gandhi wrote in a letter to the Prime Minister that “I think as a nation, we are theirs, so that after the unimaginable tragedy that befell them, they gave them hope for a strong future, which they have.”
He wrote in the midst of the devastation caused by the epidemic and heart attack by the affected families, that the news of young children losing one of their parents in Kovid-1 to is very proud. These children have no trauma of loss and no support for stable education or the future.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who tweeted the letter, said, “Children have suffered the most from covid injuries, many have lost their parents in horrific situations.” The Congress President gives an important suggestion to protect their future and provide them free education in NV “.
JNV is a chain of high performing schools under the Central Government. Started in 1985, India currently has 661 JNVs. The Congress president also explained that JNVs is a legacy created by her husband and former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and how the dream is to make high quality modern education accessible and affordable to the talented youth, mainly from rural areas.
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