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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accepted Punjab Education minister Pargat Singh’s challenge and has asked for a debate on the education system of both states. A list of 250 schools will be released by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Sunday at 10 am. 

“I accept Punjab's Edu Minister Pargat Singh's challenge of comparing 250 schools each of Delhi & Punjab. Delhi's Edu Minister Manish Sisodia will issue a list of 250 schools tomorrow at 10 am. He (Pargat) should also issue the list, then we're ready for debate,” said Delhi CM. 

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On Thursday, Manish Sisodia invited Pargat Singh for debate on the education infrastructure of both states – Punjab as well as Delhi and challenged Punjab Education Minister to list ten government schools. 

Sisodia was quoted saying, “Punjab education minister has expressed his desire for a debate on education system & has said that the state has excellent schools. I invite him for a public debate on the condition of the education system in Delhi & Punjab”. 

It's worth noting that Pargat Singh not only accepted Sisodia's offer of comparing 10 government schools in Delhi and Punjab yesterday, but he also increased the task to 250 schools. In a series of tweets, the education minister said, “I welcome the Hon. edu Minister of Delhi Sh. @msisodia's suggestion to compare Punjab govt schools with Delhi Schools. However, we will take 250 schools each of Punjab and Delhi instead of 10 schools. #EducationRevolutionInPunjab”. 

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Later, the Delhi minister expressed the desire to do the same during his five-day visit to the state (Punjab). Delhi Chief Minister has also issued “Mission Punjab,” under which he will announce various programs for the citizens of the state. 

During his last visit to Punjab, AAP supremo while addressing the media said that our government will improve the education condition of the state. He was quoted saying, “We will improve Punjab government schools just like we have improved Delhi government schools; only we know how to do it, no other party does. I guarantee to resolve multiple issues of teachers on an emergency basis.”  

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