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Sisodia invites Pargat Singh for public debate on education model

He also proposed a joint visit to 10 government schools each in Punjab and Delhi

Manish Sisodia | Punjab | Punjab elections

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia holds a press conference to announce that the Central Government denied approval to the committee that was constituted by Delhi Government to investigate the deaths of COVID patients due to oxygen shortage in the
Manish Sisodia

Delhi Education Minister Thursday invited his counterpart Pargat Singh for a public debate on the education models of the two governments.

He also proposed a joint visit to 10 government schools each in and Delhi.

"I'd like to invite Education Minister of Pargat Singh Official to jointly visit 10 Delhi government schools which we have reformed in last five years and 10 Punjab govt schools which his government has reformed in five years," Sisodia tweeted.

"Then let's have a public debate on the education models of Delhi and Punjab," he said on Twitter.

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First Published: Fri, November 26 2021. 02:30 IST