AAP Alleges Closure of 8,000 Government Schools in Assam


During an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) election rally at the Tingrai Bengali Balijan ground in Tinsukia district, Punjab Chief Minister and AAP national leader Bhagwant Mann leveled accusations against the current Chief Minister of Assam, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma. Mann highlighted that Sarma, who previously served as the Minister of Education and Health under the Congress government, allegedly failed to bring significant changes to the education and health sectors during his tenure. Mann further claimed that under Sarma’s leadership, 8,000 government schools in the state had been closed.

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Mann drew parallels between the education and health systems in Delhi, Punjab, and Assam, citing improvements made by the AAP government in Delhi and Punjab.

He asserted that if AAP were to come to power in Assam, it would prioritize enhancing the welfare of tea workers. Mann pledged to increase the wages of tea workers to Rs 450 and promised land pattas for tea garden people.

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The rally, attended by AAP national spokesperson Jasmin Shah, candidate Manoj Dhanwar, and other party leaders, emphasized the party’s commitment to addressing the concerns of Assam’s citizens, particularly those related to education, healthcare, and the welfare of tea workers.

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