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Delhi govt should give 75% of pvt teachers' salaries, demands Maken


NEW DELHI: Congress chief Ajay Maken on Friday slammed the Delhi executive for giving the go-ahead to private schools to price one-month tuition fee and demanded that the state will have to endure primary part of the expenses on salaries in their academics.

The former Union Minister said: "It is wrong to ask private schools to take a month's fee. How will the parents pay the fee when there is a lockdown? The Delhi government should pay 75 per cent of expenses borne on teachers' salaries so that these schools get relief and waive three-month fees." In Delhi, 66 in keeping with cent children are enrolled in personal schools.


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No personal college within the nationwide capital can hike charges or can price anything else from the oldsters as opposed to one-month tution fee, Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia introduced on Friday.

Maken also demanded that the government waive mounted electrical energy fees and water bills for all institutions facing closure due to the lockdown prolonged until May three.

"The government should issue SOP and notification for people who are exempted during lockdown to insulate these people from infections," said Maken and gave the instance of a pizza supply boy who tested positive for coronavirus.

He said that those who got here in touch with the supply boy will have to also be tested, declaring that the supply boy was despatched back by way of quite a lot of hospitals.

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The Congress chief demanded that the selection of coronavirus assessments will have to be higher to stay forward of the virus.


Maken also demanded two-month ration to migrants which contains 70 kg rice and cover labourers, daily-wagers and the self-employed.


The Congress chief also demanded that the government will have to also endure 75 in keeping with cent salaries of the MSME sector staff.


The executive will have to also give Rs 7,500 each and every to the deficient and daily-wagers in addition to supply PPE kits to frontline staff like sanitation staff.


He slammed the government at the floor that 55 health staff have so far tested positive in Delhi for cornavirus.


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