God is Testing Manish Sisodia : Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Assures Return of Deputy CM
In a recent interview in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has stated that his deputy, Manish Sisodia, is being tested by God and will be back soon. The news comes amidst growing concern about Sisodia's health, as he was recently admitted to a hospital in the city after experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.Speaking to the press, Kejriwal said, "Manish Sisodia is a fighter and is being tested by God. I am sure he will come out of this soon and be
back with us to serve the people of Delhi." The Chief Minister also thanked the medical staff at the hospital where Sisodia is being treated, saying that they were doing a fantastic job.The news of Sisodia's hospitalization has led to an outpouring of support from Delhi residents and politicians alike. Many have taken to social media to express their well-wishes for the Deputy Chief Minister, with the hashtag #GetWellSoonManishSisodia trending on Twitter.Sisodia, who is also Delhi's Education Minister, has
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been instrumental in the city's education reform initiatives. He has been a vocal advocate for improving the quality of education in Delhi's government schools and has introduced several innovative programs to achieve this goal.In addition to his work in education, Sisodia has also been actively involved in Delhi's COVID-19 response efforts. He has been overseeing the city's efforts to set up COVID care centers and increase testing capacity, among other initiatives.The news of Sisodia's illness has underscored the ongoing
COVID-19 crisis in Delhi, which has seen a surge in cases in recent weeks. The city has been implementing strict measures to contain the spread of the virus, including a weekend curfew and a ban on public gatherings.Delhi residents and politicians alike are praying for the speedy recovery of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. His hospitalization is a reminder of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the city and the need for continued efforts to contain the spread of the virus.