Ahead of the MCD polls, Delhi BJP on Thursday released an “indictment” against the AAP government accusing it of failing to deliver on its promises.
Senior BJP leader Ramvir Singh Bidhuri read the “indictment form” at a press conference claiming that the issues raised in it had been verified, and challenged AAP organizer Arvind Kejriwal to debate it with him.
“In 8 years of its rule, Kejriwal’s government has made Delhi the most polluted national capital in the world, and also a capital of addiction by allowing liquor stores on every street in the city,” Bidhuri said.
Despite Rs 2,500 crore provided by the Center for cleaning up the Yamuna, the river is still a drain of dirty water under the Aam Aadmi Party government, he said.
“Kejriwal does not believe in the constitution,” Bidhuri attacked the chief minister of Delhi, claiming that he had not conducted any audits at the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) which was at a loss, and avoided doing CAG audits of wards in the Assembly place.
The leader of the opposition in the Delhi Assembly also cited the “failure” of Kejriwal’s government in several areas, including health, education, water and power supply and public transport.
The AAP government claims to have provided world-class health and education models, but the reality is that it has failed to “open a single school, college or hospital” despite being in power for more than 8 years it, he stated.
Elections for 250 wards of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) will be held on December 4 and the results will be announced on December 7 after counting the votes.
Both the AAP and BJP leaders have claimed that they have won the polls of the civil body that have topped more than 200 branches.
Congress is the other major participant in the election.
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