MP: Will elevate MANF difficulty in Parliament
Amritsar, January 23
Members of Sath, a pupil organisation from Guru Nanak Dev College, met with MP Gurjeet Singh Aujla as we speak to submit a memorandum relating to some college students’ points. The discontinuation of the Maulana Azad Nationwide Fellowship (MANF) was a key difficulty. The delegation led by college students of varied programmes on the college urged Aujla to take up the problem with the Central Authorities.
The scholars termed the scrapping of MANF an “anti-student determination” by the federal government. The fellowship was given to college students doing analysis work from six minority communities, whose annual revenue was lower than Rs 6 lakh. The fellowship was launched again in 2009 on the premise of the suggestions of the Sachar Committee fashioned in 2005. Its objective was to assist college students from minority communities in larger training.
MP Aujla vowed to lift the problem of MANF within the Parliament. The memorandum additionally talked about generic points, together with the UBDC canal water entry to each subject, village and metropolis for consuming and agricultural wants; to arrange agro-based business and chilly shops within the area; site visitors administration and enchancment of the general public transport system in metropolis.
Aujla additionally mentioned a large-scale chilly storage system is nearly arrange for the area.