New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday targeted the opposition BJP over the education system in the state, in the midst of the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections. Taking to social media platform Twitter, Kejriwal said that the BJP has failed to provide good education in the state.

The Delhi Chief Minister further highlighted that people in Gujarat have started questioning the creaking education system in the state ruled by the saffron party for the past 27 years, and promised that his party would provide good quality education to the students. Because it is the O students in Delhi are being given if they come to power in the upcoming elections.

In all the campaigns undertaken so far, the Kejriwal government has been highlighting its work in the field of education and basic needs like electricity-sadak-water. Describing Delhi’s development as a role model for the country, the party has made promises of better education and employment in the past and will continue to do so in the upcoming elections.