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Manish Sisodia accepts UP minister’s ‘problem’ to debate on govt colleges

New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday stated he’ll go to Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh subsequent week to debate on the progress made by the 2 respective governments in enhancing infrastructure offered in colleges. Sisodia’s assertion comes after Uttar Pradesh schooling minister Satish Dwivedi invited Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Sisodia to go to authorities colleges within the state.

Taking a swipe on the Uttar Pradesh authorities, Sisodia stated the choice of the Aam Aadmi Social gathering to contest the Uttar Pradesh polls in 2022 has made the state authorities to speak over problems with schooling and electrical energy.

Sisodia on Wednesday stated he “accepts the problem” of the Uttar Pradesh minister for having an open debate on the schooling mannequin of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

Addressing a press convention, Sisodia stated he might be visiting Lucknow subsequent week to carry the talk.

“Quickly after Chief Minister Kejriwal’s announcement of contesting meeting polls in Uttar Pradesh in 2022, UP ministers invited us for a debate on schooling. I settle for the problem and might be visiting Lucknow subsequent Tuesday to debate on Delhi and UP schooling fashions,” Sisodia stated.

In response to media studies, Dwivedi had requested them to go to the colleges in Uttar Pradesh after Kejriwal drew comparisons between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh over the progress in academic services. He did so whereas asserting that the AAP will contest within the forthcoming meeting polls in India’s most populous state in 2022.

“I additionally settle for the invitation to see your work executed in authorities colleges of Uttar Pradesh. You’ll be able to listing 10 such colleges, which the BJP authorities has improved in 4 years. The place outcomes have improved, youngsters have appeared in aggressive examinations. I want to see your work in these colleges,” Sisodia added.



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