Delhi CM invites Haryana people to visit Delhi schools, clinics
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday invited the people from Haryana to visit the national capital to inspect the condition of schools and clinics here and to see the work done by his government.
In a recorded voice message, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) head also promised the people of Haryana that if they vote for the party in the next assembly elections, slated for the later part of next year, the condition of schools and hospitals in the state will be improved.
"We have improved the conditions of schools and hospitals in Delhi a lot and not only this, the private schools were also not allowed to increase the fees.
"Try to visit these schools and hospitals some day to check yourself," he said.
"The condition of schools and hospitals in Haryana is very bad... When we can work on these in just three years, why can't Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar do anything in four years," he said.
He also said that he invited the Haryana Chief Minister to visit the schools and hospitals but he did not come as "he was scared".
Kejriwal, earlier this month, wrote to Khattar for a surprise cross inspection of his 'Mohalla Clinics'. "Vote for AAP in the next election and we will work more than we did in Delhi," Kejriwal said.