NEW DELHI: Manish Sisodia, the former Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, who is currently in jail, has written a letter targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal shared the letter on his Twitter account. In the letter, Sisodia has expressed concern about the education system in the country and the lack of emphasis on science and education by the current government.
Sisodia wrote that it is dangerous for the country if the Prime Minister of the country is less educated. He also criticized the government for closing down 60,000 schools in the last few years, which he believes is detrimental to the country’s progress. He emphasized the importance of education and a good education system for the country’s development.
.@msisodia जी ने जेल से देश के नाम लिखी चिट्ठी‼️— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) April 7, 2023
▪️प्रधानमंत्री का कम पढ़ा-लिखा होना देश के लिए बेहद ख़तरनाक है
▪️Modi जी विज्ञान की बातें नहीं समझते, शिक्षा का महत्व नहीं समझते
▪️पिछले कुछ वर्षों में 60,000 School बंद किए
▪️भारत की तरक़्क़ी के लिए पढ़ा-लिखा PM होना ज़रूरी है pic.twitter.com/3orMQwMmLJ
The letter has sparked controversy and criticism from the ruling party and its supporters. However, Sisodia’s letter highlights a significant concern about the country’s education system and its impact on the nation’s progress.