Aam Admi Party (AAP) Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday lashed out at the Congress, BJP and INLD, accusing them of never paying attention towards improving schools and hospitals. He said it was only his party which improved the national capital’s education and health sectors in the past three years.
Addressing a ‘School and Hospital’ rally in Sirsa district of Haryana, he promised to order an audit of all private schools in the state and return the “excess school fees” to parents if the Aam Aadmi Party came to power after the assembly elections next year.
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Mr. Kejriwal said “After 70 years of Independence, there is only one party which openly talks about schools and hospitals. Today, no party in the country has the courage to talk about hospitals and schools. We have improved the condition of government schools and hospitals in Delhi.”
Sirsa is considered a stronghold of opposition INLD.
The Delhi Chief Minister accused the Congress, BJP and INLD of “looting” the country for 70 years.
Kejriwal also hit out at the Khattar government for not allowing him to visit a government dispensary in Karnal last month.
“I had gone to Asandh to see a dispensary. But the Khattar government stopped me midway. Am I a terrorist? I am the Chief Minister of Delhi. I was going to visit the dispensary and I had come to my Haryana, I was born in Haryana. Haryana is mine and it is not anybody’s personal property,” he said.
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Praising his government in Delhi for changing the face of government schools, the AAP leader said even rich parents had now started admitting their wards in these schools.
Kejriwal added that his government in Delhi had also decided that in case of power outage, consumers would be provided compensation.