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CM takes credit for help not ‘extended’

DNDEL14246 | 1/14/2018 | Author : Fareeha Iftikhar | WC :619 | India

New Delhi: It was 10:30 am, when Mohammad Sayeed, who works at a shoe factory in Mustafabad, received a call from his wife saying that a letter from Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was delivered at their doorstep. Curious, the 36-year-old took a half day and rushed home only to be left aghast as the CM had congratulated him for his daughter’s admission in a private school, under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category, that never happened.
“Heartiest congratulations to your ward’s admission in a good private school. It’s difficult to enroll in a good school nowadays. There was a time when people had to pay middlemen thousands of rupees to get admissions. Our government has changed that tradition,” the letter signed by Kejri
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