Union Minister and former BJP Delhi President Vijay Goel will conduct a ground reality check on claims made by the Delhi government
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Goel to visit a Higher Secondary School in Mustafabad on Monday for reality check
Invite Haryana CM and show him status of Delhi government schools – Goel
I am being prevented from visiting the school- Goel
New Delhi, April 6, 2019: Union Minister and former BJP Delhi President Vijay Goel will conduct a ground reality check on claims made by the Delhi government that it provided world-class schools, education, Mohalla Clinics, and better water and power facilities to the people of Delhi. He would expose the tall claims of achievements that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been presenting in public meetings.
Goel would visit a Higher Secondary School in Mustafabad wherein 2000 students receive an education. He said a large number of the students in this school have failed in exams; he will meet the parents of the students and will find out how correct are the claims of the Delhi government that they transformed the government schools in Delhi.
Goel said he had received complaints about the school earlier as well. In addition to the Mustafabad school, he would also examine on Monday the quality of education and infrastructure in other government schools.
Goel said people are being fooled on social media with the false image of the Delhi government schools, while the conditions on the ground are such that a Class-VIII student is unable to read even basic text in English. Schools in Haryana villages fare far better than these schools. Goel asked both Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi’s education minister Manish Sisodia to join him on his visit to a school in Mustafabad to know the ground reality of the education being provided in the government schools. He said Delhi CM may also ask Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar to join them on Monday’s visit.
Goel said he shall continue to fight for the rights of failed students who were denied re-admission by the Delhi government. Students are being compelled to opt for open schools.
Goel asked the Delhi government to release a white paper and inform how many students fail in each of the classes, and what divisions do the students of Class-IX, X, XII secure in exams so that it can be ascertained how many of these kids would get admission in the Delhi Universities and how many of them would get jobs.
All efforts are being made to prevent me from visiting the school on Monday but I will go nevertheless.
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