Arvind Kejriwal As PM Visits Gujarat School

'Our greatest achievement': Arvind Kejriwal as Prime Minister visits Gujarat school

Arvind Kejriwal suggested that the Prime Minister should use the expertise of AAP to upgrade government schools.

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to a government school in Gujarat ahead of parliamentary elections in the state drew attention on social media today. The event is part of the launch of a plan to modernize Gujarat’s public school system. But the optics were clear, and it was not ignored by Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party, which is emerging as the BJP’s biggest rival in Gujarat.

“It may be 75 years after Independence, but we are glad that government schools and education for the poor are not part of mainstream political discourse. This is our greatest achievement. “, said Mr. Kejriwal.

Pictures from the event in Gandhinagar showed the Prime Minister sitting in a model classroom with students, as a class was underway. Later, in a speech to a gathering of government school teachers from all over Gujarat, he said, “The New Education Policy will pull the country out of the slavery mentality surrounding the English language”.

Mr. Kejriwal suggested that the Prime Minister should use the expertise of AAP to upgrade government schools across the country.

“Dear Prime Minister, we have done a great job in education in Delhi. In 5 years all the government schools of Delhi have been brilliant. Schools across the country can recover in 5 years. years. We have experience. Use us completely for this. Do not do it together. for the country,” he tweeted in Hindi.

There was another tweet, showing Mr Kejriwal’s deputy Manish Sisodia – who is also Delhi’s Education Minister – in a classroom. Mr. Sisodia is being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation for his involvement in the Delhi government’s alcohol policy. AAP has stated that it was an anxious response from the BJP, which was concerned about the council elections in Gujarat.

“I hope that education is not just remembered in elections. All participating governments can make all government schools great in just 5 years,” he said in a tweet. other.

BJP was second to AAP in council elections in Delhi and more recently, in Punjab. AAP introduced its governance model in Delhi, especially in health and education sector during election campaigns. It paid dividends in Punjab, where the party scored a sweeping victory earlier this year.


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