Manish Sisodia, Deputy CM
The ongoing battle between the Delhi government and Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena is escalating. After a letter from the Lieutenant Governor on Friday raised questions about the education system, now Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia took the lead on Saturday. He has denounced all allegations against the Delhi government by the Lieutenant Governor as baseless and baseless.
Sisodia said the Lieutenant Governor has hurt teachers, students and parents by questioning the education system. Lieutenant Governor must not ridicule teachers. At the same time, the Chief Minister has tweeted that Delhi’s teachers, students and parents have been working hard for seven years to improve the education system. Instead of insulting him, LG should encourage him.
In a three-page letter, Sisodia said that prior to 2015, government schools were known as tent schools because there were no classrooms. The children used to study in tents. Now there are talent schools. Till 2015, the number of students in schools was 14 lakhs which has risen to 18 lakhs. Government schools today are the pride of the country, to defame them if you resort to false facts that do not suit you. LG’s responsibility in the constitution is to establish law and order. You fix it and let us fix the education system.
It is a gross insult to the Lieutenant Governor to call guest lecturers as post lecturers. LG’s claim to give 13 lots to open new schools is false. DDA has not yet handed over four plots to the government and two were occupied by the land mafia. At the same time, Sisodia tweeted that the LG had made many false allegations against the Ministry of Education on Friday.
LG should stop writing love letters and deal with the ghosts of BJP: Sanjay
New Delhi. Sanjay Singh, member of the Rajya Sabha party of the Aam Aadmi party, surrounded the lieutenant governor during a press conference at the party office on Saturday. He said Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena should stop writing love letters and let the BJP’s ghosts be dealt with. He said Delhi’s education model is being discussed all over the world, but VK Saxena calls government school teachers ghost teachers.
For the past 7-8 years, the government school teachers are working day and night to create the future of lakhs of children, but the LG is haunted by the ghost of BJP. He said the ghost aboard the LG is causing a lot of harm to the residents of Delhi. Sometimes they stop teachers’ travel, sometimes the salaries of hospital staff and sometimes the pensions of the elderly and women. If Delhi’s health services are shut down in this way, human lives could be lost. LG is toying with the future of Delhi’s children because of malice. The chief minister of Delhi and thousands of children love the teachers whom LG calls as ghost teachers. Desk
Atishi said the lieutenant governor is ridiculing the constitution
MLA Atishi alleged on Saturday that Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena was ridiculing democracy and the constitution by refusing to meet the prime minister and lawmakers. The Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court has made it clear that the LG has no right to make an independent decision, but he is behaving like a BJP spokesperson by writing malicious letters to the Chief Minister on a daily basis. MLAs lie within the lieutenant. He fears he will have to answer for law and order and rising crime in Delhi. Instead, out of ill will, he writes a letter to the prime minister. My advice is that he should take time out from this kind of politics and attend a government school in Delhi. Meet the children who study there, talk to their parents and ask how the schools have changed over the past eight years. Today, engineers and doctors come out of government schools that fell into disrepair eight years ago. The position of lieutenant governor is constitutional.
Saxena humiliates school kids by presenting false grades: Saurabh
Senior leader Saurabh Bhardwaj has accused Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena of defaming the children of government schools by presenting false grades. In addition, he has also challenged that if the ability of the children of government schools who become doctors and engineers is to be tested, the lieutenant governor should let them compete with his own children. Everything becomes clear by itself. Speaking to the media on Saturday, Saurabh Bhardwaj said that the lie that the BJP has been telling for the past seven years has now spread to the Lieutenant Governor as well, calling 60,000 teachers of Delhi as ghost teachers. Saurabh’s question was whether the excellent results of the schools come from ‘ghosts’? Delhi’s education system has been praised abroad. Before 2014-2015, there were 14.66 lakh children in government schools in Delhi. Now it has risen to 18 lakhs. Rickshaw pullers and Bai’s children in Delhi become engineers and doctors with hard work and the lieutenant governor calls such children worthless.