Delhi Government School row: AAP and BJP leaders verbal spat on camera, over Delhi run schools; watch

Gaurav Bhatia of the BJP and Saurabh Bharadwaj from the ruling AAP can be seen in the visuals over the allegations and defense from either side in the brawl video associated with schools in national capital

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After parliament, assemblies, and on camera, the fight over Delhi’s government-run schools between the rival parties BJP and AAP has now taken to the streets.

Gaurav Bhatia of the BJP and Saurabh Bharadwaj from the ruling AAP can be seen in the visuals over the allegations and defense from either side in the brawl video associated with the years of fight against the two national parties.

The trigger point leading to the fresh development of the case comes from the BJP’s allegation of a ‘school scam’ on the AAP government in Delhi.

Among the set of allegations from the BJP few major include, the inflated cost of rebuilding schools, and the accusation of the AAP government for falsely promising 500 new schools in Delhi, which they say were never really built.

Both the leaders tweeted videos marking allegations against each other outside Delhi schools where the events unfolded. In a video posted by Saurabh Bharadwaj, he can be seen asking BJP national spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia to visit the school.

In a tweet, the AAP leader wrote, “Despite making a continuous request to pay a visit inside the school but he refused, he said we have to visit 498 more schools, let’s go and ran away.”

In a separate video posted by Gaurav Bhatia, the two of them can be seen standing outside an under-construction building.

In the video, he can be heard saying "He (the AAP leader) took us to one school built in 1966. We have come to a second school that is unfinished. This is the reality after eight-and-a-half years. Thanks, the truth has come out."

In the tweet, he wrote, “They (AAP government) promised of constructing 500 schools the first old school where AAP spokesperson took us was not build by them while the second one is under construction which he admitted. Upon continuous requests, he didn’t provide the list of 500 schools, #AAPNahinPaap.”

The AAP and the BJP have been fighting for weeks after the CBI raided Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia over allegations of corruption in the AAP government's liquor policy.

While AAP national convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal have alleged the BJP-led central government of hounding his ministers as they (BJP) don’t have anything to stand against his government’s education and health care policy.


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