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Arvind Kejriwal marches along with other AAP workers against Delhi L-G amid teachers’ training in Finland

Arvind Kejriwal on Monday along with AAP members marched against Delhi L-G as he raised the question of why teachers have not been allowed to go to Finland for training. 

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal came out on the street on Monday along with other Aam Aadmi Party members to march against Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena as he raised the question of why teachers have not been allowed to go to Finland for training.

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This issue is being raised amid the fight between the Delhi government and LG Saxena over the training of teachers, as well as other contentious matters.

The top brass of AAP has alleged that the L-G returned the Finland file twice. Earlier, Kejriwal claimed that “soldiers have been sacrificing their lives for the protection of the country, and they get a salary of Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000 per month.” The day a soldier starts doing a cost analysis of his life, neither you nor the country will survive” Here, we are adamant about making the future of our children bright, and you are asking for a cost-benefit analysis of their future.”

Sisodia said about 30 teachers were ready for the tour. “The file was sent into the L-G office for his approval in October, but he denies its aporoval. He noted in the file that teachers are sent to the University of Finland for training, whether they have prior teaching experience or not, and regardless of whether DOPT regulations are being followed or not. 

In response, the file was sent back to the L-G. Then he requested that a cost-benefit analysis be conducted and that such training be conducted throughout the nation.

Sisodia read out the L-G’s comments on the Finland file returned to the government and stated, “Since our government took office, the pass rate in Delhi government schools has increased from 75% to 99.6%.” Without any coaching, our students are cracking the NEET, JEE, and other competitive exams. What additional cost-benefit analysis do you require? This is a result of quality teaching.

 

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