AAP is working towards creating a foothold in Rajasthan where it will field candidates in the next assembly elections, senior party leader Manish Sisodia has said.
“The Aam Aadmi Party is preparing the ground for the next Rajasthan assembly election and I am here for the same,” he told reporters on Sunday on the sidelines of a programme in Kota.
Delhi’s deputy chief minister, during an interactive session at a private university, said education now needs to be made forward-looking to produce scientific, entrepreneurial and humanitarian thinking among students.
Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said the Delhi government within the next three months is going to set up new schools where students would be trained to inculcate a practical and scientific attitude.
“Zero is the invention of India and is the base of current cyber world but due to lack of entrepreneurial and scientific approach, we are still deprived from getting credit for it,” Sisodia said. “We observe birth and death anniversaries of our great personalities without realising their great legacy,” he said.