Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia Friday alleged the Centre has "denied" him permission to visit Austria, where, the AAP leader said, he wanted to share the "Happiness Curriculum" with the world.
The curriculum launched by the Delhi government in July includes meditation, value education, and mental exercises for students of nursery up to class 8.
The event is being organised by an organisation, and the deputy chief minister was supposed to go to Austria on Saturday for three days, according to a statement.
"The programme is organised on the use of happiness in education. He was to deliver his thoughts. He was to be part of several panel discussion and several interviews were supposed to happen.
"It would have only showcased India’s success in implementing happiness curriculum," the statement stated.
Sisodia's case comes days after another Delhi Minister, Satyendar Kumar Jain, alleged that the BJP-led central government had denied him permission to him to travel to Australia on the invitation of a university in Sydney.
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