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Karnataka Congress launches campaign against painting classrooms in saffron colour

The Karnataka Congress has launched a campaign against the state government’s “Viveka Scheme” which involves painting newly built classrooms in saffron colour.

The Congress kicked off the campaign with the hashtag “CM Uncle” urging Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to build toilets for children first instead of painting the classrooms.

During the campaign, the Congress put questions to Bommai on behalf of schoolchildren.

“Across the state, there is a lack of infrastructure in schools. The kids have a hard time without toilets. CM Uncle, before you paint school buildings in saffron, build toilets, give us sanitary drinking water and facilities that would attract children to schools,” the party tweeted.

The congress also said that the state government is implementing the plan on behalf of Swami Vivekananda, who was responsible for the industrial and scientific revolution in the country, but that the prime minister is not “imminent about implementing programs that instill a scientific temperament in students” .

“There is no good education, no decent lunch, what action are you going to take? The scheme to give eggs to malnourished children is not properly implemented. Take action to distribute eggs, do not give room to corruption when buying eggs,” the party said.

Under the “Viveka scheme”, 8,100 classrooms will be painted in saffron color.

In addition, the BJP-led government of Karnataka plans to launch meditation classes for primary, secondary, 11th and 12th grade students.

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