On Wednesday, Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia accused the central government’s ‘failed policies’ for turning Delhi University (DU) into a center of controversies. Taking an agree at the Center, Manish Sisodia stated that DU which used to be in the news because of its students is presented in the news for the misappropriation of assets. Alluding to the ongoing suspension of the DU vice-chancellor, he guided the central government to think and reestablish individuals with trustworthiness in the nation’s higher-education organization like Delhi University.
Manish Sisodia mentioned that for 2-3 years, he has been raising issues that allis not well in the DU, and now the evidence of the equivalent has at last come. This announcement by the Delhi Education Minister came after President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday suspended Vice-Chancellor Professor Yogesh Tyagi. Aside from this, the President has likewise requested a quick inquiry into claims of the desolation of obligations against Yogesh Tyagi.
The release notified that notwithstanding ordinary subsequent meet-ups by the Administrative Ministry, numerous legal and key positions stayed empty during Tyagi’s ensure. A portion of these key posts includes the Finance Officer and Treasurer, Pro-VC, and Controller of Examinations.
Delhi schools will continue to remain closed, says Manish Sisodia
According to the national capita’s COVID-19 count keeps on expanding, Sisodia on Wednesday announced that all the administration and private based schools in the city will stay shut until additional requests. There were theories of a fractional resuming of schools in Delhi, after the Union Home Ministry gave new rules under Unlock 5.0, permitting schools to return in non-control zones. Tending to an online public interview, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said guardians are not for returning schools either.
Sisodia said they keep getting feedback from guardians that they are really worried about whether it is safe to reopen schools. It is not. However, schools have reopened, COVID-19 cases among children have risen. So they have concluded that as of now schools in the national capital will not reopen. They will proceed to be closed till further rules.