Visakhapatnam: The Andhra Pradesh administration of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has started a drone pilot project, which has drawn criticism from the state’s BJP general secretary Vishnu Vardhan Reddy. He explained via Twitter how the drone pilot training programme was only established for members of two minority communities by the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy government.
The training is being provided by the Drone Institute of Technology (DIT) in Andhra Pradesh, according to the poster that Vishnu Vardhan Reddy tweeted. Only Christian and Muslim candidates would receive free training and placement, according to the advertisement for those interested in the offline course. The BJP leader tweeted, “Everyone has equal right over resources, therefore why has the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh trained specifically for kids from 2 communities?” in an apparent dig at the state’s anti-Hindu bias. The Andhra government is engaging in incredibly shady politics with our students, which could cause racial strife. They ought to revoke this choice.
There is a photo of Andhra Pradesh’s chief minister, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, and the state symbol on the poster that Vishnu Reddy shared. It is stated in capital letters that only Christians and Muslims are eligible for the free drone flight training course and the consequent free placement. Additionally, two numbers were provided for interrogation, but when reached, they could not be reached.