Delhi House proceedings rubbed salt on wounds of '84 riot victims: Shah
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah lashed out at the Congress and the AAP on Sunday, saying what happened in the Delhi Assembly over the adoption of a resolution on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots was like "rubbing salt" on the victims' wounds. He also accused Congress chief Rahul Gandhi of supporting illegal migrants. The statement was made while addressing workers of Delhi BJP on Sunday.
He said that Kejriwal and his Government has completely failed in fulfilling the promises made to the people. "Every promise of Kejriwal prove to be false be it for 500 schools, three hospitals in every Lok Sabha constituency, deputing marshals for women in the DTC buses, installing CCTV cameras or providing drinking water. Today the youth of Delhi want free wifi, the women are searching for the marshals for their security and the 50 percent people are compelled to drink contaminated water," Shah said.
Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari said that a drop of water is not ocean but without drops of water, ocean cannot be formed, similarly, every worker of BJP is the valuable part of BJP. "When I visit the Jhuggies, people ask me when the unauthorized colonies will be authorized. These people have not been provided drinking water as yet but wine shops have been opened. Jhuggi Jhopries do not have the facility of sewer and the electricity bills have also been hiked. Delhi government has failed on every front and all of us should dislodge this Government in the forthcoming elections," Tiwari added.