Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, stated on Monday that neither the BJP nor the Congress party discussed education throughout their separate terms in office in Delhi. Kejriwal also asserted that his government’s political success is exclusively contingent on teaching youngsters.
His comments were delivered during the opening ceremony of a brand new facility for a government school in the Uttam Nagar neighborhood of west Delhi.
“Construction of this school began in the year 1985. Both the BJP and the Congress were able to form their own administrations. On the other hand, education was not a priority for them.
“Neither the BJP nor the Congress mentioned giving education in their platforms. However, the success of our politics is contingent on the quality of our educational system, the chief minister stated.
At the opening of a government school in west Delhi’s Uttam Nagar
He stated that his administration is nothing more than a “means to educate children,” and he went on to say that “probably God was waiting for the AAP to come to power and improve the condition of schools.”
“at the past, it was common for females to hold the misconception that they attended public schools while their boys were educated at private institutions. However, in recent years, the education offered in Delhi’s public schools has improved significantly. He stated that there were a few more government buildings that needed to be refurbished.
When asked about the difficulties that lie ahead, Kejriwal stated that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is now in control of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), has the intention of enhancing the conditions of the 1,800 schools that are run by the civic body.
“We want the pupils to have a high-quality education beginning with the first grade. In the subsequent five years, he continued, “We will also work to improve the MCD schools.”