'Kejriwal left meeting when asked questions on schools,' BJP leader shared video

New Delhi: The Delhi unit of the BJP has shared a video saying that CM Arvind Kejriwal left the meeting of the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) midway. The BJP claimed that a municipal member raised the issue of the development of schools in New Delhi, which angered Kejriwal and left the meeting. The BJP has also released a video of this, in which it can be clearly seen that Kejriwal got up in the middle of the meeting and left without saying a word.

The Kejriwal government has not responded to the BJP's allegations. Kejriwal, being the MLA of New Delhi, is also a member of the NDMC. Delhi BJP general secretary Kuljeet Chahal, who is also a member of the NDMC, on Wednesday shared a video of the council meeting on Twitter, in which Kejriwal was also present. In the two-minute video, Chahal is seen carrying some papers in his hand, questioning schools in the New Delhi constituency. It is clearly seen in the video that Kejriwal first listens to Chahal's question and then leaves the meeting without answering.

On this, BJP leader Chahal has said, 'The question made by me was related to the reply to an RTI. According to RTI, CM Kejriwal, who is the MLA from New Delhi, has not utilised his funds for NDMC schools. We questioned him why the Delhi government was not filling up 298 vacant posts of teachers in NDMC schools. Has he given any instructions to the state government officials to expedite the process? They are selling their education model to the world. But, the CM has not made any money from his MLA fund to improve the facilities in the schools of his constituency. But Kejriwal left the meeting without answering these questions.'

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