On Monday, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann had witnessed the Kejriwal Government’s monumental education & health revolution first-hand. The Punjab CM had expressed his desire to adapt the Delhi Model to transform Punjab.
New Delhi: A day after his visit of schools and health facilities in Delhi, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Tuesday signed a Knowledge-Sharing Agreement with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The Delhi Chief Minister said that this is a new type of initiative in the country. “The two governments will work together for the people. Both the states will learn and teach each other good deeds. In the same way Delhi and Punjab will progress, in the same way the country will progress. Together they will fulfil the dreams of Baba Saheb and Sardar Bhagat Singh ji,” Kejriwal said.
He said that the move has been initiated with the aim to enable better health and education infrastructure and provide facilities to the citizens.
On Monday, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann had witnessed the Kejriwal Government’s monumental education and health revolution first-hand. Mann had expressed his desire to adapt the Delhi Model to transform Punjab. In a statement, the Delhi government said, “Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal guided him through a tour of Delhi government’s world-class schools, hospitals and Mohalla Clinics and explained how the Delhi Model took shape over the years.”
Mann said, “The Kejriwal government’s work is truly mind-blowing. I thought such schools could only exist in US-Canada but they’ve done it here despite all challenges. We will take major strides towards the progress and betterment of Punjab following the Kejriwal Government’s footsteps. The country will only progress when we learn from one another. Mirroring the Delhi Government’s efforts, we will train teachers and principals in Punjab.”
“We will borrow suggestions from them to reform our government schools. We will create an environment in government schools for students to thrive in; children of both the rich and poor will sit and study at the same desk. Delhi’s Mohalla Clinics being praised all over the world. We are committed to providing similar world class healthcare facilities to people of Punjab,” he had added.
Kejriwal had said, “Punjab CM Sardar Bhagwant Mann visited Delhi’s schools and hospitals along with his ministers and officers today (Monday). CM Mann was greatly inspired by Delhi Government’s hospitals and clinics. He had expressed his wish to bring about similar reform in Punjab. We will make all possible efforts to help Punjab Government to ensure state-of-the-art healthcare facilities for the people of Punjab. When we learn from each other, fulfill Babasaheb’s dream and give the best education to every child of the country, only then will the country progress.”