The BJP MP from West Delhi constituency also presented a letter sent by PWD to the school, warning that the school building was dangerous and could collapse anytime.
Speaking at the event, Gambhir stated, "Fighting Delhi's pollution is my topmost priority and we are working on several such initiatives."
"Today I feel ashamed as an Indian as we failed a rape victim, who was first raped then burned brutally by the accused. It is disheartening that we as a nation have failed to save her," Gambhir told newsmen.
Delhi Chief Minister had promised that 2.80 lakh CCTV cameras will be installed across the national capital, along with 11,000 free WiFi hotspots.
The AAP criticised the former cricket star for not attending the meeting, saying he was "busy enjoying" in Indore, at a time when Delhi was reeling under severe air pollution levels.
The meeting was supposed to discuss measures to deal with the on-going health emergency in Delhi, on 15th November.
The Supreme Court on Saturday directed the Central government to hand over the disputed site at Ayodhya for the construction of a temple and set up a trust for the same.
This has led many to urge the BCCI to shift the match from Delhi. Earlier in the day, Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly had confirmed that the match in Delhi will go ahead as planned.
Atishi Marlena had filed a complaint against him for the commission of offences under various sections of the Representation of People Act (RPA) and the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
The electoral fate of over 4400 candidates- 1169 in Haryana and 3237 in Maharashtra - will be sealed in EVMs by the voters who will exercise their democratic franchise in the assembly elections.