Milind Deora's statement, said this to Kejriwal on Twitter
Milind Deora's statement, said this to Kejriwal on Twitter

New Delhi: Congress leader Milind Deora has been criticized by associate leader Ajay Maken for praising Delhi CM. Where Kejriwal was sworn in as the CM of Delhi for the third time on Sunday. During this time, Deora tweeted and praised the Kejriwal government for the revenue. On this, Maken criticized Deora and said that leave the Congress and then talk halfway.

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Where Yash is also being said that Deora wrote in the tweet praising the Kejriwal government, 'Few people know that I am sharing such information. The Delhi government led by Arvind Kejriwal has doubled the state's revenue to Rs 60,000 crore and maintained additional revenue in the last 5 years. Delhi is now one of the most economically sensible governments in India. According to the information, while responding to this tweet of Deora, Maken said that leave the Congress and then talk halfway.  Ajay Maken has also been a speaker of the Delhi Assembly in the past.

"Brother, if you want to leave the Congress, then leave it and then propagate half the incomplete truth. Let me share facts about which people know very little. 1997-98- Estimated budget (revenue) Rs. 4,073 crore, 2013-14- Estimated budget (revenue) Rs. 37,459 crore. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) increased by 14.87% during the Congress government. The estimated budget was 41,129 in 2015-16 and 60,000 in 2019-20. The compound annual growth rate during the AAP government was 9.90%.

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Deora had earlier criticized the Delhi in-charge of Congress PC Chacko for blaming the late Sheila Dixit for the party's dismal performance in the assembly elections. Whereupon he took it and said, 'Sheila Dixit Ji was a notable politician and administrator. During his tenure as CM, Delhi was transformed and during this time the Congress was stronger than ever. It was unfortunate to blame him after his death. He dedicated his life to the Congress and the people of Delhi.

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