Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Monday came under attack from opposition parties for his visit to Delhi to study the capital’s schools and hospitals, with both the Congress and the Akali Dal calling the visit a “political drama” and a “photo session”. .
Congress leaders Navjot Singh Sidhu, Amarinder Singh Raja and Akali Dal’s Daljit Singh Cheema posted scathing messages on Twitter.
from. m @Bhagwant MannThe 2 day Delhi tour of Delhi is a deviation from the real issues, only photo ops for profit in other elections and a waste of the state exchequer. Punjab needs a policy to come out of the financial, farmer and power crisis. Local problems need local solutions. The solution lies in income generation.
— Navjot Singh Sidhu (@sheryontopp) April 25, 2022
Amarinder Singh Raja wrote, “In the last one month 14 farmers of Punjab committed suicide under the AAP government. How many of these 14 farmer families did you meet @BhagwantMan sir? You visit Delhi again and again. Hope you know. Aren’t you trying to bring Delhi’s failed #Corona fighting model here? Will the government run like this from Delhi for 5 years?
Before planning a tour to study the Delhi model of education @Bhagwant Mann Should have visited their schools first to understand their strengths and weaknesses. Today’s political drama may be helpful in selling this pseudo model to the electoral states, but it will not be of much help to the state.
— Dr. Daljit S. Cheema (@drcheemasad) April 25, 2022
An official said Mr Mann along with his senior officials will visit health institutions and schools in the national capital on Monday and learn the “Delhi model” and implement it in the state.
“It’s the next level of education. Something that can’t be thought of by big schools, implemented by government schools. Digital education is happening. Collaborating with big companies is happening. I’ve seen such schools in the US-Canada.” Have seen it but not in India.” Mr. Mann said during his visit to a school.
He said, “I spoke with many students here, and where did they study first. They left big private schools to enroll here. They say they have more facilities here. These students have new ideas,” he said. … it’s brainless.” ,
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had promised to improve the condition of schools and hospitals in the state on the lines of its work in Delhi before coming to power in Punjab.
“In order to improve the existing health and education infrastructure across the state, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann will visit prominent health institutions and schools in the national capital on Monday,” a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office said. on Sunday.
The spokesperson said he would be accompanied by a group of senior officials from both the School Education and Health and Family Welfare Departments, who would directly take inputs in two important areas responsible for human development.
A statement issued by the Delhi government said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Mr Mann along with their teams will visit government schools, hospitals and mohalla clinics to understand how the “Delhi model” can be adopted in Punjab.
“Kejriwal will be personally present to brief the Chief Minister of Punjab on how Delhi has been transformed under his leadership. He will be accompanied by the concerned ministers and officials of Delhi,” the statement said.
Along with visiting schools, clinics and a hospital, the Punjab Chief Minister and his Delhi counterpart will jointly inaugurate a new swimming pool in a school.
The spokesperson said that the Punjab government may also sign some MoUs with the Delhi government.
The AAP-led government in Punjab had first come under attack from the opposition after Kejriwal held a meeting with senior Punjab officials.
While Mr Mann said he had sent officials to the capital for “training”, opposition parties alleged that his government was being run through “remote control” from Delhi.
He said, “If need be, I will send my officers to Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and even Israel for training. Why should anyone object to this. They (Delhi government) are doing education, power, health. Why not? I send officers?” Bhagwant Mann told reporters then.
Earlier this month, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin visited schools and mohalla clinics of the Kejriwal government in Delhi.
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