AAP did not utilise money of education budget 2015-16
In the second budget, the AAP once again made tall budgetary allocation in Education sector by 106 per cent. According to the AAP leaders, the second budget is a bonanza especially for education sector. However, the reality is entirely different from the tall claims of the AAP supremo and his deputy.
AAP did not utilise the money announced in the maiden budget for education sector
In the maiden budget, the party had promised so many lucrative plans and allocations for Education budget. According to the information, a budget allocation of Rs 3100 crore was set for the educations sector. However, the ruling government of AAP could not manage to spend even half of the amount from the allocated budget for education.
AAP government was busy in playing blame games, forgot to spend the money
After taking the reign of Delhi in 2015, the ruling AAP government kept itself busy in playing blame games. Kejriwal started launching attack on centre government for not supporting AAP. Then he started shouting at Delhi police for not cooperating Delhi government. Even he did not miss the chance to hold press conferences against the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi. So, a year passed and the ruling government forgot to spend the full allocated money on education.
AAP failed to disburse Centre’s fund for RTE programme
The centre government had granted Rs 30 crores amount to Delhi government for the proper implementation of Right to Education (RTE) programme for the poor strata of the society. However, only two per cent of the amount has spent on RTE.
AAP had promised 100 new schools in a year but gave only 21
AAP in its manifesto had promised that after forming the government, 100 schools will be constructed per year and in the span of five years, 500 new schools would be given to Delhi. However, the AAP failed to deliver its promise and after a year only 21 new schools constructed.