"Our government will be at the center tomorrow," CM Kejriwal said in the Delhi Assembly.
CM Kejriwal further said that I am worried about the 2 crore people of Delhi, I am worried about the education of every child of Delhi. I have worried about the education of the children of Delhi as I have got my children educated.
The issue of dispute between the Lieutenant Governor and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has dominated the Delhi Assembly. On the second day of the Delhi Assembly session, CM Kejriwal participated in the discussion on the censure motion placed against the LG in the House.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in the Assembly on Tuesday that if God wills, tomorrow we will have a government at the Centre. Kejriwal said in the House that today I am speaking in this House with a very heavy heart. The government of any state be run by the elected government or should it be run by the LG sir, this is a very serious issue.
Arvind Kejriwal further said that I want BJP members to stay in the House. Time is very strong, it doesn't remain the same, don't know tomorrow our government may be in Delhi, our government may be in the center, but our LG will not trouble the Delhi government like this. CM Kejriwal further said that I am worried about the 2 crore people of Delhi, I am worried about the education of every child of Delhi. I have worried about the education of the children of Delhi as I have got my children educated.
CM said that I am the Chief Minister of Delhi. My Education Minister decided to send 30 teachers to Finland for training. I gave permission, the matter was completed, but LG sir stopped the file. That too was stopped not once but twice, which clearly shows that the file has been withheld intentionally. In the discussion of the censure motion against the Lieutenant Governor, he said that LG Saheb is saying that teachers should be trained in the country. I say who are the LGs to stop. The tax money of the public is being spent on the training of teachers to provide better education to the children of the public.