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Kejriwal writes to PM: more than 80% govt schools in nation worse than junkyards

Kejriwal writes to PM: On Wednesday, Aam Aadmi Party’s National convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal went on to write to the Prime Minister of India saying that over 80% of government schools in the nation are worse than junkyards. Delhi CM has now again pushed the plan to elevate all the 10 lakh government schools in the nation.

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“In India, daily 27 crore students go to school daily, out of which 18 crore students go to government schools. The condition of 80 per cent of government schools is worse than a junkyard. If we are giving such education to crores of our children, imagine how the country will be developed,” Arvind Kejriwal said in his letter written in Hindi. “You have made a plan for the modernisation of 14,500 schools but if we work at this pace, it will take 100 years to upgrade all our government schools. I request you to prepare a plan for the redevelopment of all 10 lakh government-run schools in the country,” he added.

This Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that 14,500 schools all over the country are going to be elevated under the ‘PM-SHRI Yojna’. Those schools will soon be equipped with smart classrooms, libraries, labs, and modern facilities. India cannot become the number one country in the world without ensuring free quality education for every child,” Kejriwal had said in a press conference held a day after Modi’s statement.

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