Delhi Govt ruined education infrastructure of city: Bidhuri

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Delhi Govt ruined education infrastructure of city: Bidhuri

Friday, 23 September 2022 | Staff Reporter | NEW DELHI

Delhi BJP on Thursday slammed the Delhi Government over the education model and alleged that the model of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has completely collapsed and he started handing over schools to his close AAP workers.

Addressing the media, Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta said that Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia opened Sainik School in Delhi by doing a lot of publicity but has now handed over the work of running this school to a private company.

“The Psychorian Education Service Private Limited Company which has been given the responsibility of the school belongs to Sirisha Rao, a worker of AAP and was established in 2021 only,” Gupta said.Gupta further said that this corruption worth crores of rupees is actually the education model of Delhi and every work of Kejriwal starts with corruption so that they can get money all the time.

Meanwhile, leader of Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri also claimed that the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia have ruined the education infrastructure of Delhi.  “The AAP had come to office by promising to open 100 new schools every year.

 Instead of opening of new schools in the national capital, 31 schools have been reduced due to the merger of schools,” he said.

“The truth is that out of 1027 government schools in Delhi, 745 do not even have science and commerce studies.

In such a situation, from where will one become a doctor, engineer, or CA. In the last seven years, the number of children studying in government schools has come down by one lakh,” Bidhuri informed.

“According to the latest report, total 950 sanctioned posts of principals in 1027 government schools, out of which 796 are still lying vacant, while there are total 1670 posts of Vice Principal, out of which 565 are vacant till the date,” he said.

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