AAP, Swati Maliwal, among others wish Manish Sisodia on his birthday
The Aam Aadmi Party leader turns 47-
New Delhi, Jan 5 (UNI) The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal and others, on Saturday wished Deputy Chief Minister and Education minister Manish Sisodia on his 47th birthday.
Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, AAP said, ''Flag bearer of the education revolution. Happy birthday to our senior leader @msisodia ji #HBDFinestEduMin''.
Ms Maliwal said, ''Happy Birthday to the best education minister in the world @msisodia ji. Wish you a long, healthy and happy life where you continue to work for social causes''.
Adarsh Shastri, AAP MLA, Dwarka, said, ''Best wishes & many happy returns of the day @msisodia India's best Education Minister & Deputy CM, Delhi. Your vision has changed the narrative for Delhi by bringing quality education to the last child standing in the line in society. #HBDFinestEduMin''.
Elvis Gomes, Convenor, AAP Goa, said,''From all in Goa particularly the 500 teachers who heard @msisodia speak about the vision, during your Goa visit. A very happy birthday. #HBDFinestEduMin''.
Akshay Marathe, AAP's Joint Secretary, said,''Happy birthday to Manish Sisodia, India's next gen intellectual-politician. With his moral clarity & effortless genius, he's redefined the public education goals for our country and how. Such an honour and privilege to have the opportunity to work with @msisodia
Lok Sabha MP Shatrughan Sinha said,''Warm greetings & wishes to Delhi's 1st Deputy CM, Manish Sisodia @msisodia. He is one of most learned & capable ministers handling education, finance & technology with perfection. May you be blessed with great health & happiness always. Happy Birthday''.
Mr Sisodia is the Deputy CM of Delhi since February 2015. He also holds the Education, Finance, Planning, Tourism, Land & Building, Services, Women & Child, Art, Culture & Languages portfolios in the Government of NCT of Delhi.
Previously, he was briefly a cabinet minister in the Government of Delhi between late December 2013 and February 2014.
Prior to being elected to the Legislative Assembly of Delhi in December 2013, Mr Sisodia was a social activist and journalist, as well as a member of the AAP's National Executive Committee.