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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said the recent decision of the government on self-financing medical college fees was a big blow to the commoners and poor. By taking such a decision the government had cheated them.

Chennithala told media persons that the government had reduced the fee only by a frugal amount.  “The high court had criticised Self-financing Oridnance, calling it noodles prepared in two minutes. The court’s criticism is a setback for the government.  The government brought out the Ordinance without doing any proper home-work.  When Rs 50,000 was reduced in the fee for MBBS course, the fee of the dental course was increased. This can’t be accepted. The government should give scholarships to the poor as they can’t bear the cost,” he said.

Chennithala said he had requested to the chief minister to find an immediate solution to nurses’ strike. “The chief minister has assured me of a solution in Thursday’s talk. I have also made a demand to restart the distribution of kerosene,” he added.  

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