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Knowledge Sharing Agreement Signed Between Delhi and Punjab

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday declared that a Knowledge Sharing Agreement has been endorsed between the state legislature of Delhi and Punjab.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday declared that a Knowledge Sharing Agreement has been endorsed between the state legislature of Delhi and Punjab. Tending to a question and answer session in the public capital in such a manner, Kejriwal said, “We have recently consented to the information-sharing arrangement. It is another progression throughout the entire existence of India that we have consented to an arrangement to share information. It is off-base to express that till now, just we have accomplished great work. We realize that many state legislatures have accomplished great work. Yet, to date, we have not accomplished crafted by gaining from one another. A few states decided to stay split between the gatherings.”

“Great work done in the field of instruction and medical services in Delhi is being talked about everywhere. CM Bhagwant Mann was on a two-day visit to Delhi with his clergymen and authorities in such a manner. He visited the schools, medical clinics, Mohalla facilities, and so forth here,” he said.

Prior to Monday, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said that the Punjab government will duplicate Delhi’s schooling model in the state where understudies from all monetary foundations will get quality instruction.

The Delhi Chief Minister likewise hammered the individuals who went against Delhi’s model of training. He said today, “Our chief Manish Sisodia is on a visit to Finland to be familiar with their schooling system. Sisodia, subsequent to accumulating data, will attempt to carry out Finland’s model of instruction here. Notwithstanding, some say that Delhi’s administration is being run by Finland, and Italy. What is wrong with them? Afterward, such pundits will say that the Tamil Nadu government is being run from Delhi, is it?” Recently, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin visited the public capital and praised Delhi’s model of schooling.

SourceANI
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