New Delhi: Addressing a press conference at the Pradesh BJP Office today MP Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi exposed the real face of Kejriwal government and rejected the false and baseless allegations of the Kejriwal government on three major points.
Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi said that after the decision in the Court in Nirbhaya case related to order of hanging of the convicts the double standard of Aam Aadmi Party has been exposed. The division bench of the court, Justice Manmohan and Justice Sangeeta Dhingra, on January 22, announced for hanging of the convicts. At the same time, if we go into the history of this case, the justice process of this case took 4 years from the trial court to the Supreme Court, but after that the file kept rotating in the offices of the Delhi government for 3 years, due to which the death warrant was signed but was not executed. After this, when there was an atmosphere against him after the Hyderabad case, then the next day he signed in that case. The same mistake is being made by the Aam Aadmi Party again, first Rahul Mehra is trying to postpone the hanging from the 22nd, and then after getting rebuke from the court, the Kejriwal government rejected the mercy petition. It is here that there is a lot of difference between the prophecy and practice of the Aam Aadmi Party and they want to throw dust in the eyes of the public again and again. It is noteworthy that in the interim budget of 2019-20, the Central Government has made a provision of Rs. 1330 crore for the mission of women safety and empowerment. This budget shows how much the Central government is committed to protecting women.
After this, Smt. Lekhi exposed the lies spread by the Kejriwal government on the issue of education and said that since the Kejriwal government has come to Delhi, the quality of education in government schools has steadily declined. Considering the results of standard 10th in Delhi, it was 95.81% in 2015 and dropped to 71.58% in 2019. The posts of more than 8614 teachers in Delhi schools are vacant. 50% of teachers and 70% of principal positions are vacant. This is the condition of education in Delhi when the Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia himself managing the Ministry of Education.