The Delhi government will not open schools until "maximum of conviction" is reached about the better condition in the town of COVID-19 Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Saturday.
While speaking on Independence Day, Kejriwal expressed gratitude to all stakeholders, including the central government, corona warriors and various organisations, for the COVID-19 situation while Delhi's national capital as opposed to its two months ago.
The Chief Minister said the AAP government plays a very important role in the protection and health of school children.
दिल्लीवासियों ने पिछले कुछ सालों में बड़े-बड़े काम करके दिखाए हैं, हमने मिलकर डेंगू को हराया, प्रदूषण कम करके दिखाया और अब हम कोरोना को कंट्रोल करने में सक्षम हो रहे हैं। दिल्ली के 2 करोड़ लोगों के मज़बूत इरादे तारीफ़ के काबिल हैं। pic.twitter.com/WqwaKnaGAl
I want to tell you we care about your children as much as they do. Until completely assured, we're not going to open the schools,' he said. "Why, I don't want to open the school," he said.
Kejriwal said Delhi gave the country in the war against the virus "the blueprint" for home isolation and plasma therapy definition.
He said attempts have been made to restore Delhi 's economy.
This year, owing to the coronaviral pandemic, the city government moved its Independence Day function from the Chhatrasal Stadium to the Delhi Secretariat.