Dy CM slams Centre for denying him permission to visit Austria
NEW DELHI: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia expressed his anguish over the Centre, which did not allow him foreign visit to Austria. Sisodia slammed the Centre said that Happiness Curriculum does not suit to the Modi government. According to Chief Minister office sources, Sisodia was supposed to visit to Austria on Saturday. The event is being organised by British Council and Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia was going to share the " Happiness Curriculum " with educationalists over the World and representatives of different pet of the world.
A week ago, the Union Ministry of External Affairs had outrightly declined permission to a Delhi government delegation, which was to visit Australia. The delegation led by Health Minister Satyender Jain was to visit Australia on the request of University of Melbourne & George Institute in Sydney.
The schedule included a dialogue on Mohalla Clinics & Health revolution of Delhi with the Victorian Government. The MEA has said that permission is denied "from the political angle". The programme is being organised on the use of happiness in education. He was to deliver his thoughts, was to be part of several panel discussion and several interviews were supposed to happen. It would have only showcased India's success in implementing.
Meanwhile, the AAP government slammed the decision taken by the Centre and vowed to work more hard for the people of Delhi to set an example not only for other state governments of the country but an example which could be followed worldwide.