Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal says that every poor of the country can be made rich, for this CM Kejriwal has also given an offer to the Modi government, he says that 17 crore families of the country have been made rich through good education. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal has said that he is ready to work with the Modi government for this.He said that he offers to the central government that his service should be taken.
Arvind Kejriwal said in a virtual press conference on Tuesday, "I want to make every poor rich. I don't mind the rich. How will a poor man become rich? Think you are a poor farmer, a laborer. He sends his child to a government school. The condition of government schools is very bad.If that child does not study, then he too will grow up and do small work, he will remain poor. Suppose we do very well in school, then a poor child studies well, becomes a doctor, engineer, then he will remove the poverty of his family.His family will become rich."
The Chief Minister of Delhi said that like the capital, if the schools of the whole country become good, then poverty of all can be removed. He said, "I gave many examples in the speech of 26 January, a child named Kushagra got admission in medicine. In the country, 17 crore children study in government schools, except a few schools, the rest are in very bad condition. The future of these children is in the dark. Their parents do not have money, so they send them to government schools. If we make these schools as brilliant as Delhi and give good education to these children, they become doctors, engineers, lawyers, then every child will make their family rich.
Kejriwal also urged the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government not to call free education and health services as 'free ki rewari'. The AAP convener said that for the better future of the children, there is a need to open a large number of government schools, improve them, regularise guest teachers, and train teachers. Only then can India become a 'prosperous country'.
Arvind Kejriwal said the government is not short of money. If it can happen in Delhi, it can happen in the country also. Everything can happen in 5 years. We have shown this by doing. I urge the Centre to use our expertise to improve government schools and health centres. All state governments can work together.