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Kejriwal has another reason to make Aam Aadmi Party’s ‘Mission Gujarat’ a success. In CBSE 10th and 12th exams 2022, 100% children from 255 government schools in Delhi have passed the exam. In the class 10 exam, students from 95 government schools in Delhi have secured 100% success, while in class 12, students from 160 government schools have secured 100% success.
It is believed that Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal may use this as a weapon to boost his election campaign in Mission Gujarat. As inflation rises and the common man finds himself buried under the burden of educating his two children, the Aam Aadmi Party’s recipe of providing better and free education in government schools may draw the common man towards she
The pass percentage of all government schools in Delhi in class 12 is 96.29. This year, private schools in Delhi have achieved a pass rate (97.65%) surpassing government schools after seven years. Due to Kovid, more than 99 percent of children had passed the exam results declared last year under special circumstances, but this election result has been better than 2019.
The Aam Aadmi Party has been trying to improve the education system in Delhi to continue its election campaign in other states. Getting 100% success from 255 schools will give a special achievement in this mission.
The Gujarat team didn’t stand a chance
Recently, a delegation of BJP MLAs from Gujarat had come to Delhi. This delegation had visited schools in Delhi. The team was believed to be visiting the schools to dispel the Aam Aadmi Party’s claim that the Aam Aadmi Party had been trying to explain its education system as better than other states. But even after their entire tour, the BJP team failed to achieve any major failure and later the matter was adjourned saying that the result of this tour would be kept before the public. But even after the passage of months, no report of such a team has been released in Delhi or Gujarat so far.
At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party plans to roll out this achievement from Delhi to Gujarat and Himachal. This success in Delhi will be projected as a major achievement in the rallies of top party leaders. This party strategy aims to draw power from the state’s poor and middle class, which faces tremendous mental and financial pressure to send children to expensive private schools. The Aam Aadmi Party team is also reportedly preparing a report on the state of government schools in the BJP-ruled states in all the constituencies, including Gujarat and Himachal. It can be used to puncture the BJP model of good governance.