In an online briefing, Sisodia claimed that the civic bodies have a plan to raze 63 lakh dwellings in the national capital.
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Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said every year more than 2.5 lakh students pass out from Class 12 and apply for various universities.
Sisodia mentioned, “We need to learn to live with Covid-19 as it will stay longer; we will take strict actions if the cases spike more.”
Taking to Twitter soon after the home minister’s statement in Chandigarh, the senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said Shah did not “take away Chandigarh powers” when the Congress was ruling in Punjab.
Asserting that online education can never replace offline education, Sisodia said the government had closed schools when it was not safe for children, but excessive caution is now harming students.
It is alleged that the rally on Sunday had more people than the number given in the permission to the party. The accused have been charged with violating Covid-19 norms.
A circular was issued in this connection by the Directorate of Education of the city government.
No one can deny that Delhi grappled with an oxygen crisis in April and May during the second Covid wave and also no one can deny that people died in the capital due to shortage of oxygen, he said during an online press conference.
The Delhi government is constructing new buildings of a school in Rohtas Nagar, Babarpur, Karawal Nagar, Rohtas Nagar and Gokalpur.
Delhi recorded 16,699 COVID-19 cases and 112 fatalities on Thursday, according to the health department.
During the day, he paid tribute to former chief ministers Dayanand Bandodkar and Manohar Parrikar, and asked all those who want to see corruption-free politics to join AAP
Presenting the city’s budget for 2021-22, Sisodia said, “There is another big dream related to sports which I am placing before this house… It is a dream to organise the Olympic Games in Delhi.”
The 48-year-old leader from Aam Aadmi Party had tested positive for Covid-19 on September 14 and was in home isolation since he exhibited no symptoms of the viral disease.
Meanwhile, IIM Ahmedabad is set to train the next batch of 50 Delhi government school principals in leadership and empowerment, as part of its tie-up between the IIM-A and the State Council of Educational Research and Training.
Maken also demanded that the government waive fixed electricity charges and water bills for all establishments facing closure due to the lockdown extended till May 3.
Speaking to the media, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said the decision was taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.
Sisodia’s tweet came after several buses were set afire when protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act turned violent on December 15 near Delhi’s Jamia Nagar.
Party sources alleged that Mr Kejriwal’s and Mr Sisodia’s names were dropped from the event by the central government
Sisodia had said that the residents of Delhi should turn on their water pumps at the time of supply to get clean water.
Giving her a lesson in basic economics, the Delhi Finance Minister explained to her that even a daily wage earner has to pay indirect taxes, if not direct.
New Delhi, May 2 (IANS) The CBSE on Thursday released the Class XII results, with the schools here showing improvement in the results as it had a pass percentage of 91.87 per cent. “CBSE Class 12 results: Delhi improves by 2.87 per cent as compared with last year,” Delhi Education[Read More…]
New Delhi: Several guest lecturers of Delhi government schools, whose contract ended on February 28, protested outside Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s residence on Friday. 25,000 teachers stare at uncertainty as their contracts ended on February 28 and they have not yet been informed whether their services have been terminated or their[Read More…]
New Delhi: Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia on Saturday alleged corruption in the transfer and posting of officers working in the national capital. Speaking in the Delhi Assembly, Sisodia said, “Huge corruption is going on in transfer and posting of officers right under Lt. Governor Anil Baijal’s nose”.[Read More…]
The Delhi government has constructed over 8,000 classrooms in its schools since 2015, Education Minister Manish Sisodia said on Saturday, saying 12,000 more classrooms will be built by the year-end. “More than 8,000 new classrooms have been built in Delhi government schools. Construction of 11,000 has been started while tender[Read More…]
New Delhi, The Delhi government will open six world class skill centres (WCSCs) in the national capital in March, with a total capacity of 720 seats, to prepare students to acquire different professional skills, Education Minister Manish Sisodia announced on Friday. The admission process for the March 2019 batch in[Read More…]