Mumbai: Shiv Sena, the party of Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, has now clashed with the Governor of the state and the issue is to conduct 'final year examination'. In fact, Maharashtra Education Minister Uday Samanta had written a letter to the University Grant Commission (UGC), demanding that the final year annual examination be cancelled. On which Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari was furious and wrote to CM Uddhav Thackeray to resolve the issue of conducting the annual examination in universities without delay in the interest of the students, because 'universities do not conduct annual examination UGC guidelines Is like violating.
He asked CM Thackeray to stop his minister from making unnecessary interference. Significantly, the Governor is the Chancellor of Universities. After which today Saamana has attacked the governor in his editorial. Saamana wrote, 'There are more than one million final year students in Maharashtra. How will more than one million students reach the examination centres? How will they arrange them? How will employees, professors and teachers arrive? What will happen if the corona infection increases through examination? Many school-college places have been made quarantine centres for Corona, so where will the examination centres be built?