Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday hit out at his Uttar Pradesh counterpart Yogi Adityanath by saying that the latter solely sees the Delhi authorities and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) whether or not he wakes up or goes to sleep. Kejriwal additionally added that the work performed by Delhi in the direction of combating the coronavirus (Covid-19) disaster was being mentioned in each road of UP.
“Yogi ji, the great work on our corona is being discussed in the street mohallas of UP. Like you, we do not do fake corona test. Manish ji is coming to Lucknow to debate on 22 December at the invitation of your minister,” Kejriwal’s tweet, roughly translated from Hindi, learn.
Kejriwal was referring to a news report which acknowledged that fake names have been being registered with a purpose to present elevated Covid-19 testing in Bareilly. In one occasion, 965 folks have been registered underneath a single cell quantity which had solely zeroes, the report confirmed.
Meanwhile, Adityanath mentioned UP is the state to have performed probably the most variety of Covid-19 tests and it has the bottom positivity rate and the bottom mortality rate.
According to the Union well being ministry’s dashboard, Uttar Pradesh has registered over 568,064 coronavirus instances until now out of which 8,103 folks have died and practically 542,000 have been cured/discharged.
Earlier within the day, Uttar Pradesh’s main schooling minister Satish Dwivedi had invited Kejriwal and Delhi’s deputy CM Manish Sisodia to go to colleges within the state after Kejriwal had drawn comparisons between Delhi and UP concerning the work performed within the discipline of schooling.
“In Delhi, there are 1,024 government schools for Class 1-12. In Uttar Pradesh, there are at least 2,000 schools for Class 1-8 even in the smallest district. I can only feel pity for the intellect of whoever is comparing the state of 1,024 schools with a state of 1.59 lakh schools,” Dwivedi had instructed news company ANI. He additional alleged that only some colleges within the nationwide capital had sensible courses.
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Sisodia, who can be Delhi’s schooling minister responded to Dwivedi’s invitation and mentioned that he could be visiting Lucknow on December 22 and pitched for an open debate on authorities colleges in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
“Next Tuesday [December 22], I will be in Lucknow. Please let me know where to come for the debate and who to argue with – the chief minister, deputy CM or education minister of UP. Let’s have an open debate on government schools in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh… I have one request, please do not withdraw the challenge now,” Sisodia added.