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Kejriwal raises questions on unauthorized colony, why only 100 people are registered
Kejriwal raises questions on unauthorized colony, why only 100 people are registered

New Delhi: Recently, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has described the process of giving ownership to the people of unauthorized colonies as questionable. Kejriwal has expressed apprehension that, like the previous governments, this time too people are not being implicated in election promises. Where Kejriwal has demanded that all residents of unauthorized colonies be given a registry within three days of applying. On this occasion, he counted the work done in unauthorized colonies in the last five years. Arvind Kejriwal said that for the last five years, the Delhi government has done large-scale development work in unauthorized colonies. Before the election, when people are questioning the BJP about their works, they are missing unauthorized colonies. But the BJP is also creating a lot of apprehensions in its process.

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According to information received from sources, according to Arvind Kejriwal, there is a plan to give registry to 100 people before the elections. The question is, why the registry of 100 people? Who is this 100? Why not the rest? Kejriwal demanded that the registry be given to all people. Not only this, the registry was received within three days of applying.

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Delhi elections will be fought on development: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has claimed that massive development work has been done in the last five years. This time the Delhi Legislative Assembly election will be fought on the job. The election will be held on the works of the government. At the same time, there has been so much work in the unauthorized colonies that the BJP is not worth seeking votes. Therefore, just before the election, there is a memory of making the colonies firm. Kejriwal said on this occasion that in Delhi's 1797 colonies, between 2009-2014, Rs 1186 crore was spent on development in unauthorized colonies, while between 2015-2019, Rs 8147 crore was spent. The scale on which work has been done in five years shows the intention of the government.

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