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“Don’t Feel Bad”: Arvind Kejriwal vs Assam’s Himanta Sarma Over Schools


“What number of new colleges Delhi authorities has began in final 7 yrs?” Himanta Biswa Sarma requested.

Guwahati:

Two days after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took a dig on the BJP-led Assam authorities over its colleges merger plan, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma yesterday challenged the Aam Aadmi Get together chief with knowledge on new colleges in his state. Mr Kejriwal, identified for his confrontational tone, resorted to diplomatic technique as an alternative. In step with his remodeled temperament since he launched a pitch to “Make India Number one” in an try and place himself as a nationwide chief, he mentioned he did not wish to level out flaws with the Assam authorities. 

“We’re all one nation. Now we have to be taught from one another. Solely then will India develop into the primary nation.

I’ll come to Assam. Inform me when can I come? You present your good work within the discipline of schooling. You come to Delhi, I’ll present you the progress right here,” he tweeted in Hindi.

The Delhi Chief Minister had earlier commented on Assam’s resolution to merge colleges that had recorded zero go proportion in school 10 examinations this yr with different colleges. “Closing colleges will not be the answer. We simply have to open many new colleges all around the nation. As an alternative of closing the varsity, enhance the varsity and make schooling proper,” he had mentioned.

Responding to it, Mr Sarma slammed the AAP chief saying, “As regular you commented on one thing with none homework!”

Itemizing break-up of information, he mentioned that since his days as Training Minister until now, the Assam authorities has established/taken over 8610 new colleges.

“What number of new colleges Delhi authorities has began in final 7 yrs?” he jibed.

In the meantime, Assam Minister and Mr Biswa’s shut aide Pijush Hazarika, who had yesterday tried to right Mr Kejriwal whereas additionally accusing him of “destroying” the schooling high quality in Delhi, took one other swipe at him citing a media report on the “dropout coverage” of the Delhi authorities. 

“The drop out coverage of @ArvindKejriwal ji’s World Greatest Training Mannequin as soon as once more got here to mild as per this report by The Wire. 

Sadly in 2017-18, solely 3,812 college students have been readmitted out of 42,503 college students who could not clear Class X exams,” he tweeted.

34 authorities or government-aided colleges and one other 57 enterprise colleges that had zero go proportion have already been shortlisted to be shut down or merged with different colleges, officers have mentioned.

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