The newest level of competition in Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena’s ongoing feud is a trainer coaching programme that’s based mostly in Finland. In a dialog with lecturers from authorities colleges, Kejriwal talked about that he had solely gone overseas twice within the earlier eight years. He claimed that Kejriwal had no real interest in travelling each month, in distinction to “different leaders” who do.
“It has been eight years since I grew to become the chief minister, I’ve gone overseas solely twice. Went to Rome on the demise anniversary of Mom Teresa, and as soon as to South Africa. I’ve no real interest in going overseas… Delhi authorities needs to ship its lecturers for good coaching overseas,” Kejriwal stated.
He additionally made enjoyable of the Centre, claiming that there was “no higher funding” than trainer preparation. The feedback comply with Saxena’s request for a “cost-benefit evaluation” of the coaching programme.
In response to Kejriwal, the Delhi authorities dispelled the misperception that sending authorities college lecturers away for coaching is pointless.
The difficulty of lecturers’ coaching in Finland has sparked a verbal battle between the Delhi authorities and the Lt Governor’s workplace. A price-benefit evaluation of the proposal had been accomplished, in keeping with Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who earlier this week resent it to LG Saxena for a last nod.
Kejriwal had beforehand claimed that Delhi LG V Okay Saxena twice despatched a file containing the proposal again to him for additional investigation into this system’s cost-benefit evaluation. The Raj Niwas responded to the declare by tweeting a number of clarifications.
The LG’s workplace claimed that Saxena had solely prompt that the Delhi authorities contemplate the proposal as an entire and gauge the success of comparable abroad coaching initiatives that had been carried out previously.