The welfare schemes of the State are not reaching the people, government schools have no teachers and government officials rarely seen.
The activities of Andhra Government are going against the spirit of the Supreme Court ruling on 1968 to maintain the status quo,” the letter said.
The BJP announced a mega rally at Sambalpur on January 21 to protest irregularities in paddy procurement and demand withdrawal of the token system.
Naik wrote the letter to the Chief Minister when the disengaged ANMs are agitating on the street demanding regularisation of their service.
The government could have taken a similar decision in this case, he said while requesting the State government to take a suitable decision on the basis of the claims of the parents’ association.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra submitted a memorandum to National Commission for Protection of Child Rights chairperson Priyank Kanoongo in New Delhi seeking justice for the family.
These investigating officers will act according to the government wish. If the case will be handled by the CBI, no external forces can influence the Central agency, he added.