Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said Ambedkar could not be taught just in the form of a biography.
Hyderabad encounter: People losing faith in criminal justice system a matter of concern, says Kejriwal
The AAP leader's comments came in after the four accused in the Telangana vet's rape and murder were killed in an encounter by the police.
The additional new bus fleet of 4,000 that the AAP government has promised to add to the limping public transport system of the Delhi.
A rotary and pedestrian subway is going to be constructed under the flyover to join Kikroli and Maharani Bagh stretches.
The think tank said the ruling AAP government failed to fulfil 80 per cent of the promises mentioned in its manifesto ahead of the last Assembly elections.
He also denied a Women and Child Development Ministry statement that said Delhi managed to spend only Rs 19 crore out of 390 crore in Nirbhaya fund.
Each and every resident in the national capital will be able to avail 15 GB worth of free mobile internet data by 2020, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Wednesday.
The wifi scheme is based on a rent model and the government will pay a monthly rental for each hotspot to the company handling the project.
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The new fleet of buses includes hydraulic lifts for differently-abled passengers, GPS for tracking the bus, panic buttons, anti-vandalism seats and surveillance cameras.
Recently, a CAG report on the finances of the Delhi government over the past four years said that the state government had maintained a revenue surplus over the last five years.
The development comes a day after the Delhi government recommended rejection of the mercy petition of Vinay Sharma, one of the convicts facing the gallows.
Strict action in such cases: Kejriwal after recommending rejection of Nirbhaya convict's mercy petition
The Chief Minister said that such cases warrant strict actions so that people think 10 times before committing such gruesome crimes.
The petition will now be placed before the Lieutenant-Governor of Delhi for consideration after which it will be sent to the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Central government.
Speaking on the sidelines of a public rally at Taimur Nagar in Okhla, Kejriwal told media persons that the city’s law and order situation was 'poor' and 'grave'.