New Delhi, May 28: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday took a dig at Lieutenant governor Anil Baijal for his tweet congratulating the CBSE 12th students on their results. After the LG congratulated the teachers, students and their parents for the CBSE results, the Delhi CM attacked him saying that if you stop creating hurdles for the Delhi government, wonders will be achieved. Also Read - Delhi Government Allows MBBS Students, Dentists to Assist In Hospitals, COVID ICUs to Meet Manpower Shortage
“Heartiest congratulations to all our students of Class-XII & their parents for their outstanding performance. Sincere thanks to their teachers. Would advise to follow your dreams with sincerity, dedication, and hardwork,” LG Baijal had said. Also Read - Kejriwal Urges AAP Leaders, Workers to Visit Public Places & Distribute Free Masks
Asking who benefitted when the Centre removed Atishi Marlena as an advisor to Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, Arvind Kejriwal wrote: Also Read - Delhi Govt Does Not Wish To Shut Any Market, Says Arvind Kejriwal After Meeting Market Associations
“So, you agree that Delhi government is doing great work in education? Who benefitted when you removed Atishi Marlena? If you stop creating obstacles, wonders could be achieved in many sectors. It will make you also proud. Please support our efforts. Let’s be positive. Please do not create hurdles in everything.”
Marlena was among the nine advisors who were removed by the Home Ministry in April, this year. According to the reports, no permission had been given for the posts of advisors to the Delhi ministers.
The sacked advisors to the Delhi government ministers included Atishi Marlena and Raghav Chadha. While Chadha was an advisor to the Finance Minister of Delhi, Marlena advised the Education ministry.
The sacking had escalated the tussle between the Centre and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Following the sacking, Sisodia had then said that it was a “conspiracy to derail the education revolution” in Delhi. He had also alleged that Marlena was being targetted.