Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to Cancel CBSE Exam

Arvind Kejriwal Cancel Board Exam 2021

Amidst growing Corona cases in Delhi, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to cancel the CBSE exam. He has said that CBSE exams will come now, and 6 lakh children will sit in these exams in Delhi. I appeal to the centre with folded hands to cancel the CBSE exams, there can be some other way to pass the children, but The exam should be withdrawn. He said that 1 lakh teachers would be involved in taking the exam, and there is a considerable risk that the infection can spread rapidly due to the examination.

Arvind Kejriwal Demands Cancel Board Exam 2021

Arvind Kejriwal said that youth and children are getting more affected in this Wali Wave. First is the appeal to the youth. The data for the last 10-15 days shows that 65 per cent of the cases are under 45 years old and appeal to the child that they are precious. Your health and safety are essential for all of us.

Arvind Kejriwal said, “I can understand that you have the responsibility of your family; you have to leave the house to fulfil those responsibilities, to run life to earn bread. But if you leave the house, leave only when, If necessary and thoroughly follow the Corona protocol at the time of departure. If you are above 45 years, get a vaccine soon. ”

More than 11 thousand patients found in Delhi yesterday

Corona infection is increasing rapidly in the country’s capital Delhi. The highest number of cases of the corona was reported so far in Delhi yesterday. More than 11 thousand cases of corona have been reported in Delhi on Monday. In Delhi yesterday, 11,491 new corona cases have been reported, while 72 more patients have been killed. The number of Corona active cases in Delhi has been 38095. Arvind Kejriwal.

So far, a total of 7,36,688 cases of corona have been reported in Delhi. At present, 19354 people have been placed in home isolation in Delhi. According to data shared by the Department of Health, the infection rate has increased to 12.44 per cent, from 9.43 per cent a day earlier.

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