New Delhi, September 28: The Shiromani Akali Dal and Bhartiya Janta Party combine MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa today hit out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on his false promise of regularizing jobs of guest teachers and said that he should not play politics over this sensitive issue which was lifeline for these teachers.
In a statement issued here today, Sirsa said that Kejriwal is a habitual offender of playing cheap and dirty politics. He said that although 14 bills cleared by the AAP government were pending for clearance because they were passed without following the proper procedure and were passed with mala fide intention so that they can linger on and AAP can blame it on centre government. He said that he is now playing same dirty politics over the issue of guest teachers and teachers under Sarv Sikhsha Abhiyan.
Sirsa said that in this case also intention of the AAP government and Kejriwal is clear from the fact that announcement on regularization of these teachers is devoid of administrative financial and legal sanctions.
Sirsa said under the garb of his announcement he wants to convince the teachers that he was all with them and it was centre government which was not clearing their proposal of regularization, when their file will stuck for clearance due to legal tangles.
The SAD-BJP MLA said that Kejriwal’s style of misguiding the people with his lies has already been exposed before the people of Delhi and he cannot befool them anymore. He said that the SAD-BJP alliance was committed to unmask his every clever move which will be politically motivated. And aimed at misguiding the common man.
Sirsa urged Kejriwal to desist from playing dirty politics in the issues which are directly concerned with life of people as job of anyone has a significance in his/her life and it will be cruel joke with them if they are misled on these matters. He said that if he was serious on helping the teachers then he should follow proper procedure and seek advice on legal, financial and administrative issued involved to regularize jobs of these teachers.