Arvind Kejriwal Refuses To Re-Open Schools in Delhi Unless They are “Fully Convinced”: Recently in a meeting, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal who is Chief Minister of Delhi told that they will not allow to re-open schools, colleges, universities and other teaching institutions until he was fully convinced that now the situation of this pandemic is under control.
As many states announced that they are planning to re-open schools and teaching institutions to continue the physical classes of students as they suffered a huge loss of studies this session.
But Delhi CM Mr. Arvind Kejriwal refuses to re-open schools now. Because of the current situation. He said these statement while he was giving Independence Day speech at Delhi Secretariat, also he said that now the situation is very much under control then few months before.
Bit still it is not as much in control that it would be. That’s why he refuses to open schools. Also he told in his statement that every student life is precious for AAP (Aam Admi Party) or Delhi Government.
He also said that he is getting messages from many parents and other Guardians who are saying not to re-open schools because if it happens so there will be a huge risk of the life of every student or children. As we all know about this pandemic, It spread too fastly.
And if schools will re-open so not only students but their family members also will be at risk. That’s why he refuses to re-open schools in Delhi.
However, many states are still planning to re-open schools, but there is no confirmation.
So every state government wants to protect each and every citizen from this virus and from this pandemic. Arvind Kejriwal Refuses To Re-Open Schools in Delhi Unless They are “Fully Convinced”
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