Delhi News: Kejriwal also made an announcement, said- 'obstacles will come but the work will not stop'
The picture of Delhi's education model was printed on the front page of New York Times, it is a matter of pride for the whole country but there are some people who want to stop our work but we are not going to stop.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference regarding the CBI raids at Deputy CM Manish Sisodia's house in Delhi's Excise scam and announced that no matter how many obstacles come, but our work. Will not stop. He referred to the news published in America's big newspaper New York Times regarding the education policy of Delhi and said that the education policy of Delhi is being praised all over the world. That's why these people don't want us to work and are creating hurdles. He also released a number and called upon people to join.
Arvind Kejriwal said that America is the richest country in the world and it is difficult to publish news in New York Times, the biggest newspaper there. On the front page of this newspaper, news has been published on the education model of Delhi. A revolution of education is happening inside Delhi. People are getting admission in government schools by cutting names from private schools. The picture of Delhi's education model was printed on the front page of New York Times, it is a matter of pride for the whole country but there are some people who want to stop our work but we are not going to stop.
Arvind Kejriwal said that if he leaves the country on the trust of these leaders, then these people will not allow the country to progress. Kejriwal gave a number so that the people can missed call by giving a mobile number. He appealed to the people that if you want to see India as the world's number one and powerful nation, then give a miss call on this number - 9510001000 and join our mission to take the country forward.