Gorakhpur: After setting up hoardings in government organizations and public places to underline its achievements, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government has now decided to use secondary school premises for the purpose. 

With new academic session starting from July, the state government is mulling on to set up large size hoardings in all the schools to enable the students to read the achievements of the ruling party.

For this, the state government has issued directives to all the District Inspector of School (DIOS). According to sources, this is a new move of BSP for the preparation of forthcoming assembly election in 2012.

Through this project, the government intends to spread its welfare schemes and achievements to village level.
All the DIOS have been directed to put hoardings in the schools. As per the government plan, the large size hoardings will be installed at all the government aided and non-aided secondary schools.

Besides showcasing achievements of the state government, the hoarding will also carry photographs of CM Mayawati and Secondary Education Minister Rangnath Mishra.

JPN/Bureau