Kejriwal targets BJP, says Gujarat’s education system is now collapsing | Latest India News

The leader of the AAP promised that his party would provide students there with a “good education” as good as in Delhi, if elected to power in the next polls.

Ahead of the assembly elections in Gujarat, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) National Leader Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of failing to provide good education in the state.

Kejriwal alleged that people in Gujarat have started to question the “ruined education” system in the saffron-ruled state over the past 27 years.

The leader of the AAP promised that his party would provide students there with a “good education” as good as in Delhi, if elected to power in the next polls.

“BJP people are also raising questions about Gujarat’s crumbling education system. Rising above the party line, voices for good education in Gujarat began to emerge. BJP failed to provide good education in 27 years,” the Delhi Chief Minister tweeted.

“The AAP government will provide good education in Gujarat as it is available in Delhi by taking the people of Gujarat and all parties,” he added.

Reacting to the Delhi Chief Minister’s remarks, BJP Gujarat Spokesman Yamal Vyas said, “We don’t want to comment on what Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is saying.”

Gujarat is set to go to elections at the end of this year along with another BJP-led state, Himachal Pradesh.

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