He wrote a letter to the principal secretary of the division after receiving a criticism that faculties run by the municipal companies, particularly the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), haven’t given books to college students finding out there.
Sisodia, who additionally holds the training portfolio, stated if the municipal companies are unable to carry out their major obligation then steps needs to be taken by the Urban Development Department for taking on faculties by the government-run Directorate of Education.
“The allegations towards the NDMC, if discovered true, are so severe and none of us can play with the lives of younger kids, ” the deputy chief minister stated within the letter.
Sisodia stated the Delhi authorities has supplied Rs 853 crore to the municipal companies for major faculty training, of which Rs 393.three crore has been given to the NDMC alone.
The three municipal companies within the metropolis are dominated by the BJP.
“There are a number of information experiences that neither the lecturers have acquired their salaries nor the scholars have gotten their textbooks.
“The principal secretary (UD), who can also be the director of native our bodies, will be sure that the cash supplied by the Delhi authorities is utilised by the municipal companies for the aim for which it was given and lecturers are paid salaries in time and college students are supplied textbooks instantly,” he stated within the letter.
Sisodia requested the city growth secretary to submit an motion taken report on the matter on the earliest.