As the Delhi elections were nearing a close, the AAP had come under fire from the left for failing to deliver on its promise to ensure quality education.
A day before the election, Kejriwal had said that the party would focus on getting more students into college.
In his first speech as chief minister, Kejriwal promised to provide free primary education and provide a full-fledged education for the poorest of the poor.
However, the party has failed to meet even these promises.
A new report by the research institute Technopak has found that the AAP failed to deliver any real quality education, despite being the largest party in the state.
The report also found that AAP had no plan to ensure that the state is run at a level of transparency.
The AAP has been accused of making false promises in its election manifesto.
The manifesto says that it will provide free public education to the children of the people.
The party also promises to provide jobs to all the poor by increasing jobs for youth, especially women.
But the AAP has failed in fulfilling its promises.
In the last two years, the state has been experiencing the worst shortage of jobs in the country, and a massive loss in employment opportunities.
In February, the National Commission for Scheduled Caste (NCSC) had warned that the shortage of skilled workers in the states could be the reason behind the state’s unemployment rate at 32%.
The report points out that the lack of skilled manpower in the employment sector is a major cause of unemployment and a significant cause of poverty in the entire state.