New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda on Friday launched a scathing attack on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. During this, he also lashed out at Kejriwal on the issue of honesty, ranging from the liquor scam to the bungalow. Nadda said this is the first time that a CM is roaming around with a sign board saying that he is "hardcore honest". Attacking Kejriwal and AAP leaders, Nadda said that one of their leaders is on bail, the Deputy Chief Minister is in jail, others also keep coming to the court.
He said that these people used to call themselves honest, but the whole world saw the example of their honesty. This is the first time in independent India that a CM has to carry a signboard saying that he is "hardcore honest". Those who talk about education and health in Delhi had opened liquor shops on the side of schools and hospitals. "You used to say that you will not take the bungalow, today your Sheesh Mahal is in the headlines all over the country. Nadda said this while laying the foundation stone of the new office building of Delhi BJP at DDU Marg in Delhi today."
Nadda was accompanied by several leaders, including organisation general secretary BL Santosh and Delhi BJP unit chief Virendra Sachdeva, who performed a detailed bhoomi pujan before laying the foundation stone of the building. "Today, on behalf of myself and all senior party leaders, I extend my heartiest congratulations and best wishes to everyone on this occasion. Today is also a day to remember all those who made their very important contribution in the long journey of BJP in Delhi state."
"These are not just our offices, they are our 'sanskar kendras'. The method of working, its place is the office. Our other political party is different from other parties. All parties are going from idea to zero, while our party stands on ideas. Today, there is no party in the country which has been continuously running for one ideology and fulfills it."