'Officer stopped Kejriwal's free scheme', Manish Sisodia seeks reply

New Delhi: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has expressed displeasure over the attempt to stop the Kejriwal government's important Yogashala scheme in Delhi. Upset over the closure of free yoga classes, Sisodia has issued a notice to the officer in this regard and sought a reply within 24 hours. Deputy CM Manish Sisodia asked the Training and Technical Education Secretary of the Delhi government- ''The government wants to not only take this program forward but also increase its scale. So how was the decision to close without discussing it with the concerned minister?"

In fact, the Kejriwal government provides free yoga instructors to the people of Delhi to learn yoga under the Yogashala ceremony of Delhi. Under this program, 590 yoga classes are held daily in Delhi, in which 17,000 people learn yoga. Last year, CM Arvind Kejriwal launched this scheme on December 13, 2021.

According to Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, the decision to close Delhi's Yogshala program on September 30 was taken by the Secretary of Training and Technical Education, which is wrong. In this connection, he issued a notice to the officer and sought a reply within 24 hours. He said the Delhi government is very conscious about the scheme. At present, 590 yoga classes are being operated for more than 17,000 beneficiaries across Delhi. The Delhi Assembly had also passed a budget to the Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University (DPSRU) to start the Centre for Meditation and Yoga Sciences (CMYS).

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