A day after Arvind Kejriwal introduced that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will contest 2022 Uttar Pradesh polls, Delhi CM on Wednesday hit out at his Uttar Pradesh counterpart over Covid-19 administration and the standard of college training in India’s most populous state.
The war-of-words prompted criticism from UP’s fundamental training minister Satish Dwivedi over the state of authorities faculties, whereas Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia sought for an open debate on training with the UP’s prime political leaders.
“It seems like the good governance of the AAP in Delhi haunts Yogi Adityanath. The great work we have done on covid-19 management in Delhi is now being discussed by people across Uttar Pradesh. Unlike you, we did not have to resort to fake Covid-19 tests,” Kejriwal tweeted.
“Anyway, Manish (Sisodia) has accepted the invitation by your minister and he shall be in Lucknow on December 22 for a debate,” Kejriwal added.
Meanwhile, the Yogi Adityanath authorities hit again. “As far as the fight against Covid-19 in Delhi is concerned, why did the central government have to intervene? Because they (AAP government) had failed… Mr Kejriwal is daydreaming,” stated state minister Sidharth Nath Singh. Singh referred to a raft of measures introduced by the Centre in June and in November to ramp up testing and curb the surge in infections.
Comparing the standard of training, Sisodia and Dwivedi publicly argued concerning the matter, reported Hindustan Times.
On Tuesday, Dwivedi had invited Kejriwal and Sisodia for a go to to Uttar Pradesh to take a tour of the federal government faculties. In his UP polls announcement, Kejriwal had highlighted the circumstances of healthcare services, faculties, governance and legislation and order in Uttar Pradesh.
“BJP leaders asked for a debate on school models. They challenged me for a visit and also an open debate. I accept both challenges. Next Tuesday (Dec 22), I will be in Lucknow. Please let me know where to come for the debate and who to argue with – the chief minister, deputy CM or education minister of UP. Let’s have an open debate on government schools in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh… I have one request, please do not back down now,” Sisodia stated, in a video briefing.
The Delhi authorities is the primary and the one one to spend 25% of its finances on faculties… The plight of UP authorities faculties is well-known broadly, Sisodia added. However, Dwivedi dismissed the suggestion of enhancing faculties and referred to as it ‘childish’.
“I only reacted to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s announcement that the party would contest the 2022 assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh. And that there was no question of debating with Sisodia. I have several other commitments on that day and there’s no time to debate with him,” he added.
Comparing the sheer dimension of the state, Dwivedi added that we’ve 1.59 lakh authorities main and higher main faculties throughout Uttar Pradesh the place 1.eight crore college students are enrolled, which is sort of Delhi’s whole inhabitants. Whereas Delhi has 1,024 authorities faculties, he added.
Singh additionally slammed the AAP’s flagship mohalla or neighbourhood clinic initiative.