Visits School of Excellence, Mohalla Clinic & interacts with students
New Delhi, April 1 (Delhi Crown): Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin visited Delhi Government’s schools on Friday and hailed the efforts being undertaken by the Kejriwal government in developing the overall education infrastructure and honing the skills of students.
Accompanied by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Dy. CM & Education Minister Manish Sisodia, Stalin also visited a Mohalla Clinic where he was apprised about health facilities being provided free of cost for all.
Stalin also interacted with school students engaged in the “Business Blasters” programme, being undertaken by the Delhi Government to develop entrepreneurship skills among students.
The Tamil Nadu CM also visited a School of Excellence (SoE) where he inaugurated a swimming championship of school students organised in a world class swimming pool.
Besides, Stalin attended a “Deshbhakti Class” where school students are taught how to become good and responsible citizens.
During Stalin’s visit, Kejriwal said that all state governments must learn from each other which would held in overall development of the country.
“We are happy that he came to Delhi today. It was an honour and privilege for me to receive him. He visited our schools and Mohalla Clinic. Whatever good work we are doing we will share with everyone, whatever good work the Tamil Nadu government is doing we will learn from them. This is the way the country will progress. We are here only for the progress of our country. All the states need to work together,” Kejriwal told media persons.