“My priority is development of the constituency. I have forty years of political experience and will take a call on my political future by this month-end,” said former minister V Srinivas Prasad.
He was speaking after participating in an event where construction work worth Rs 2.88 crore is being taken up at Kadubina Katte in Nanjangud taluk to provide more facilities to students of Morarji Desai residential schools.
Srinivas Prasad said that he’s not sure if he’ll be attending its inauguration as the elected representative. Chamarajanagar MP R Dhruvanarayan, who was with Prasad, told him not to resign from the assembly as his services are required for the constituency and the party.
Indicating that he isn’t inclined to resigning from the assembly to avoid a bypoll, he said that he’ll discuss with supporters and well-wishers and decide.
“Elected representatives should be committed to serving people they represent. Education is the key to understand others’ problems. This awareness will help in development of the society,” said the former minister. Speaking on the Right to Education Act, he said that the government has made education compulsory, as it is a key tool for social transformation.”
MP Dhruvanarayan said that schools will have apartment blocks for teaching staff, a kitchen and a playground.