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POLITICIANS BENEFITS AT THE COST OF THE CAREER OF STUDENTS

best-of-five-3According to recent media reports, the students suffered more in the best five case because Education Department has not consulted Law and Judiciary Department because ministers Vikhe Patil and Thorat don’t see eye to eye. Students stuck because of the junior college admissions legal tangle owe at least a part of their anxiety to the rabid political rivalry between two ruling party ministers, both of whom come from the same district – Ahmednagar – Law and Judiciary Minister Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil and Education Minister Balasaheb Thorat. As the state has taken the matter to the apex court after losing in the high court, members of not just the opposition but also the ruling combine are wondering why the departments do not communicate with each other, especially considering they are located just one floor from each other at the Mantralaya. The impasse between the two powerful Congressmen and the history of their rivalry has thus become the subject of many discussions in the state’s political circles. Vikhe-Patil, who is close to Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, is not on cordial terms with Thorat, prot

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