Not a sin to study schooling system of other countries: Sisodia
Congress today observed 'Bhagoda Divas' in Delhi to protest against the alleged absence of Arvind Kejriwal, Sisodia and other ministers absence from Delhi.
New Delhi: Refuting the allegation of the Opposition that he is "holidaying" in Finland, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said it was not a "sin" to study the schooling system of other countries to fix the problems in Delhi's education system.
Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said he has worked hard to improve the education system in the national capital and that he was in Finland to see what more needs to be done.
"Learning from across the world is not a sin. It's a sin to defame an educational tour as a 'holiday'. I'm in Finland. We need to learn a lot from their education system, the best in the world (sic)," he said in a series of tweets.
Earlier in the day, Congress activists observed 'Bhagoda Divas' in Delhi to protest against the alleged absence of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Sisodia and other ministers from the national capital which is at present reeling under chikungunya and dengue outbreak.
AAP leader Dilip Pandey also attacked Congress, and in a series of tweets, he said "AAP bringing all onboard to fight Delhi's real enemies Dengue & Chikungunya, while #InsensitiveCongress busy making fun of unwell DelhiCM(sic)."
"Few people have set an agenda that they will target only AAP and spare the BJP-ruled civic bodies that are responsible for preventing the outbreak of vector-borne diseases," Pandey told reporters here.