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2019 LS poll a contest between Chor and Chowkidar: Tiwari

New Delhi: With the campaign for 2019 Lok Sabha elections heating up, Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari at a meeting organised by the Residents Welfare Association in Wazirabad on Monday said that the upcoming elections will be a contest between "Chor and Chowkidar". "The people and citizens of Delhi will decide who is the Chor and who is the Chowkidar," he said.

Addressing people at the meeting, Tiwari said that voters in Delhi will teach a lesson to "people who level baseless charges" by casting their votes when the time comes. Tiwari claimed that under Narendra Modi's leadership, the BJP government at the Centre along with all seven MPs in Delhi has constructed various roads in Delhi, completed Metro rail projects, and cleared the way for Delhi Metro's Phase IV, resulting in better connectivity for travellers in the Capital city.

The MP from Nort-East Delhi also said that the BJP government has provided job-opportunities to several youths in the nation and even helped them with self-employment through the Mudra Loan Scheme. In addition, he claimed that schemes like the Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Ujjwala Yojana, and Jandhan Yojana have helped ordinary citizens to a large extent.

Taking aim at the opposition in Delhi, Tiwari added that the AAP-led government in Delhi has failed to fulfill what was promised to the citizenry by their chief Arvind Kejriwal. He said that promises of building schools, installing CCTV cameras for women's safety, and fighting corruption have not been taken seriously by the Delhi government.

Tiwari further said that instead of fulfilling their promises, prominent members of the Delhi government have come under the scanner for sexual harassment, corruption, and other serious crimes. He also blamed the Kejriwal government for being oblivious to operational issues in the Delhi Jal Board. "Now, the people of Delhi will decide on May 12 and teach a lesson to those who mislead them by calling crores of Chowkidars thieves," he said.

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