Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after the saffron party accused the AAP-led Delhi government of corruption in schools.
New Delhi: The relationship between the BJP and the AAP is on the edge of a dagger. The BJP wants to unveil the corrupt face of AAP. Meanwhile, AAP has never lagged behind in terms of measuring its progress, particularly in education.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after the saffron party accused the AAP-led Delhi government of corruption in schools. The AAP chief also took a dig at the conditions of the MCD school, which is run by the BJP.
According to claims made by the BJP earlier in the day, the Delhi government escalated the cost of building classrooms multiple times and projected several school toilets as classrooms to justify the “bloated” costs.
Arvind Kejriwal responded to the BJP’s accusations by tweeting, “BJP’s allegation is why so many government schools should be created, why so many classrooms, and why so many modern facilities in every class?”
Kejriwal added that we are trying our best to provide quality education in the entire country. Currently, the BJP-ruled MCD is in the worst possible condition. MCD schools can do better if AAP wins the MCD elections in Delhi.
At a press conference, BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla said, “People had asked for ‘pathshala’ (schools), but the AAP government gave them madhushala’ (liquor shops)”.