Delhi: BJP on Sunday slammed the AAP saying that the Kejriwal Government which flaunts its world-class education model has not opened a single new school in the past eight years despite the land being allotted to build 13 new schools by the center.
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri alleged that the AAP-led Delhi government is only busy in doing politics, instead of providing facilities to the people of the national capital.
“Kejriwal Government always blames the central government for their own shortcomings including their failure to open new schools in the city in the last eight years. They claim that the land was not provided to them to open new schools but the truth is the central government-led Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has allotted land to the city government for opening 13 new schools in the capital,” Bidhuri stated.
Informing about the locations in the city in which the land was being facilitated to the Delhi government for opening 13 new schools, Bidhuri said, “The land for building four schools was provided in Rohini and Narela respectively, where there is the shortage of education facilities for the people living in the area.” The LoP said that the Kejriwal Government only flaunts its education model but the ground reality is far opposite as they have no intention of working and providing the basic facilities to the people. “If the AAP government had actually focused on education instead of just promoting it, then the class 10 results would not have come down to 82 percent and Delhi would not have slipped to the eighth position in the national grading,” Bidhuri claimed. “The education sector is not the only sector that has been suffering from the petty politics of the Kejriwal government but there are a lot of projects that are halted in the city including the Ayushman Bharat Yojana which is not implemented in the city, 100 electric buses provided by the central government four years ago are not plying on the roads of the capital because of them (AAP),” Bidhuri underlined.
“Apart from this, the Yamuna is still not cleaned despite the Rs 2400 crore that has been sanctioned by the center for this project,” Bidhuri added.