Corona uncontrollable in Delhi- Kejriwal appeals to Center, cancels 10th 12th board examinations: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a press conference that in the last 2 hours, a record 13500 cases of Corona have been reported. He said that it is very much a matter, after some time this data will be released with complete data. In such a situation, he has appealed to the Center to cancel the CBSE board examinations.
Arvind Kejriwal appealed to the Center to cancel the exam
Delhi CM said that in the CBSE exam 6 lakh children will bat in the examinations in Delhi, there is an appeal to the Central Government by folding my hand that the CBSE examinations can be cancelled. There can be some other way to pass the children but the exam will be in every condition. Must be cancelled in Along with this, he also said that 1 lakh teachers will be involved during the examinations. Due to this, there is a complete possibility of infection spreading. “The life and health of children are very important to us. I request the centre to cancel the CBSE exam.
Arvind Kejriwal, looking at the data for the last 10-15 days, said that 65 per cent of the patients are under 45 years of age. At this time, the youth of the country have the responsibility of their families as well as their own. Therefore it is more important to take precaution during this second wave. Do not leave the house unless it is very necessary.
It may be noted that CBESE 10th and 12th board exams are scheduled to start from May 4. It will run till June 10. At the same time, in view of the increasing cases of corona infection in the country. Students and their parents are constantly pleading with the government to cancel the examination.