Delhi Government Schools Manish Sisodia Education Ministry Letter To PWD Ann

Delhi Government Schools: The Delhi government has now given a...

Delhi Government Schools: The Delhi government has now given a clarification regarding the allegations of poor construction in schools and reports of tussle between the two departments. It has been said by the Delhi government that in the second phase of the construction program, 12000 classrooms have been built in about 240 schools. The Deputy Chief Minister, PWD Minister and senior officials of both the departments are regularly inspecting it at various stages of construction.

During such inspections, the Deputy Chief Minister directed the heads of schools concerned to point out any deficiencies in the construction before taking possession of the newly constructed buildings. On this instruction of the Deputy Chief Minister, the Education Department has written a letter to the PWD, so that if there are shortcomings, they can be removed. This paper is part of that exercise.

The Education Ministry of Delhi Government’s Education Minister Manish Sisodia has written a letter to Minister Satendra Jain’s Ministry and Public Works Department. In the letter, the Ministry of Education has complained of corruption and substandard construction in the construction of schools of the Public Works Department headed by Satendra Jain. In the letter, the Ministry of Education has written, “Since education is a priority area for the government, the Delhi government seeks to bring about a qualitative change in the education system with all facilities in terms of infrastructure, a clean and conducive environment for better quality education. At the same time, many complaints have been received from various schools in this regard in schools. Use of low quality material in construction work, various shortcomings in construction hinder the objective of Directorate of Education.

Complaint about construction in these schools

The first complaint is about poor construction in a government school in Jahangirpuri “K” block.
Second complaint – There is mention of poor building condition and immediate inspection in number-2 school of Shakarpur.
Third complaint – There is a defect in the new building in SKV Andrews Ganj School.
The fourth complaint is related to massive water leakage in the new building of the school in “A” block of Vikaspuri.

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Complaints from many schools

This type of complaint is from many schools, somewhere in regards to substandard material, excessive use of many water tanks. There has been a complaint of corruption somewhere in the new building. It has been written in the letter that due to complaints schools are not functioning and it can also pose a threat to the students and staff and the property of the school. Therefore, you are requested to submit your comments on the complaint.

Manish Sisodia’s ministry sought reply

Through this letter, the Education Ministry of Manish Sisodia has sought a reply from the Public Works Department of Satendra Jain. After coming to the fore of this letter, now the dispute of corruption and substandard construction material in the Ministry of Education and Public Works Department in the Delhi government has been exposed. In Punjab, due to non-payment of insurance in the health department, where the free treatment available to the poor under Ayushman card is currently closed, the residents of Kahalgaon, the Chief Minister’s home district, also called the SDM due to lack of work as promised in the education department. was taken prisoner. At present, after making free promises, now questions are being raised on the government of Aam Aadmi Party.

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