The Chief Minister claimed that since the AAP formed government, there have been "revolutionary" changes which were being discussed globally and in the country.
"Earlier, government's schools were deliberately being deteriorated in a systematic manner and the entire education sector, be it primary, secondary, colleges and technical, was moving towards privatisation.
"Fees of these institutions were so high that the common man could not afforded it. But since we came to power, we have changed the wave of privatisation of education in the country," Arvind Kejriwal said. He also said that people earlier did not "want to send their children to government schools" where the standard of education was bad.
Arvind Kejriwal said, "We have prepared such a model where a child, whether from a poor or rich family, would get quality education free of cost."
"This is happening for the first time that people are taking out their children from private schools and getting them admitted to government schools," he claimed.
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