NEW DELHI: He made these remarks in response to tweets by Punjab Education Minister Pargat Singh, who had said there is a revolution going on in the field of education in the state and the people are happy with the government school system.
In the run-up to the Punjab polls, Kejriwal, who is the national convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), has announced a slew of sops for different sections of the society.
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Reliance Jio completes 5G coverage planning for top 1,000 cities
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