New Delhi: In view of the MCD elections in Delhi, political heat is being seen among the parties. In fact, the phase of political rhetoric is going on mainly between the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP, which is ruling the state. Today i.e. on Sunday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal targeted the BJP on issues ranging from schools to cleanliness during a road rally. During this, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal targeted the BJP and said, 'If he has done any good work in 15 years, then anyone can tell'.
At the same time, a woman replied to this question and said, "A good deed has been done, garbage is garbage." Kejriwal then said, "Whose responsibility is it to pick up the garbage in Delhi? Whose responsibility is it to clean Delhi? People don't know that it is the BJP's responsibility... It is not my responsibility, but the Aam Aadmi Party's responsibility." Maybe...this time give a chance to the Aam Aadmi Party." Along with this, CM Kejriwal also targeted the media.
He said, "It is the compulsion of the media that they will not be able to show it, it is their compulsion...all of you take out your phones and turn on Facebook Live. There is a lot of pressure on the media people that they have to attack Kejriwal, despite this Thank you very much for coming here." Apart from this, in the roadshow, Arvind Kejriwal said that the Aam Aadmi Party can clean the garbage in Delhi. Everyone gives you a chance this time. For example, schools were improved, hospitals were fixed, water was fixed, electricity was fixed, CCTV cameras were installed…the bus fare was made free for women. We will also do the cleaning…Delhi is our own.
Further, Kejriwal also said, "I have heard that a garbage mountain is going to be built here. They (BJP) will dump all the garbage of Karol Bagh on Basant Road. It will become a garbage mountain within a year and after that, It will stink from here.. If you vote for them, then in the next one year, a mountain of garbage will be formed here and I am guaranteeing you that I will not let a mountain of garbage be created under any circumstances.''
Along with this, Kejriwal also took a jibe at the Prime Minister's statement about free hawkers. He said that these people call free electricity as free hawkers. With this, Kejriwal asked the people, "Is your right free electricity or freebie? Why do they shout freebie again and again, because these people want to stop free electricity in Delhi, but don't worry." As long as Kejriwal is alive, electricity will remain free."