NEW DELHI: As Delhi is facing many cases of Chikanguniya, dengue and other vector borne diseases Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung has told Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to come back to India from Finland as soon as possible.
“The deputy CM has been asked to come back to Delhi immediately as the city is witnessing spurt in dengue and chikungunya cases,” a top source said.
Mr Sisodia, who likewise holds the training portfolio, is in Finland to contemplate the nation’s instruction framework to settle the issues in Delhi’s instruction framework.
The restriction has asserted that Mr Sisodia is holidaying in Finland. Prior today, Congress activists watched ‘Bhagoda Divas’ in Delhi to challenge the nonattendance of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Mr Sisodia and different pastors from Delhi which is at present reeling under chikungunya and dengue flare-up. The two mosquito-borne sicknesses have guaranteed 30 lives in Delhi this season; the quantity of influenced individuals has crossed 2,800.
Mr Sisodia reacted on Twitter: “Gaining from over the world is not a wrongdoing. It’s a wrongdoing to criticize an instructive visit as an ‘occasion’. I’m in Finland. We have to take in a considerable measure from their instruction framework, the best on the planet (sic).”
Mr Kejriwal is as of now at a healing center in Bengaluru where he experienced a surgery on Wednesday to settle his perpetual hack.