Drone coaching whirrs up controversy

Vijayawada: Did Andhra Pradesh Authorities launch a scheme to provide coaching solely to Muslim and Christian minorities in Drone Pilot programme? This had grow to be a matter of controversy extra so, on social media with allegations and counter allegations from the YSRCP and the BJP.

The confusion obtained confounded with opposite statements from totally different quarters. Whereas the BJP displayed a poster which mentioned that the coaching was just for Muslims and Christians and alleged that it was in opposition to the Structure and was a coverage of appeasement, the YSRCP spokesperson Narayana Murthy responding to a query in a Hindi TV information channel mentioned that the declare of BJP was false and the poster was pretend. He mentioned he had checked with authorities involved and the poster was pretend. He, nonetheless, didn’t make clear whether or not the programme exists or not and if it exists if it was for minorities or not.

However BJP spokesperson Dr Vinusha Reddy mentioned {that a} round within the identify of MD Mastan Vali, Director of the Centre for Academic Growth of Minorities, was issued stating that the Drone Pilot Coaching had been began as pilot challenge in Kadapa and had given coaching and placements to the 70 per cent of the trainees. The YSRCP spokesperson vehemently denied all this as a false marketing campaign by BJP.

However when The Hans India tried to dwell deeper into the problem, it was discovered {that a} brochure was posted in social media by a Drone Pilot Coaching institute in Kadapa on imparting coaching to youth of minorities.

It talked about that the drone coaching can be imparted solely to Muslim and Christian unemployed youth. The 45-day coaching programme is sponsored by the State Minorities Welfare division and was meant to impart coaching to Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Sikhs, Parsis and Jains.

The Centre for Academic Growth of Minorities (CEDM), which organises the drone pilot coaching programme, clarified that the personal drone coaching institute in Kadapa had shared the brochure in social media with out taking its clearance. The brochure additionally had the logo of the Authorities. How may the institute launch the brochure with out the clearance from the federal government having grow to be a matter of controversy? The Centre for Academic Growth of Minorities is the company of the Andhra Pradesh Minorities Welfare division and imparting coaching to the youth in numerous professions.

Md Mastan Vali, Director of the CEDM, mentioned that they had not given any commercial both in print media or digital media concerning the coaching.

He mentioned firms belonging to different communities have been additionally planning such programmes which might be funded by the respective departments. The Director of the CEDM mentioned because the Minorities Welfare division was sponsoring the programme and spending funds it naturally offers coaching to minorities solely.

In the meantime, the worker who posted the brochure on social media has been suspended by the institute, Mastan Vali added.

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