Kejriwal has become a big problem for Delhi: Tiwari
NEW DELHI: Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari on Thursday said that instead of solving Delhi's problems, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has himself become a big problem for the city.
Tiwari said that Wednesday's use of unparliamentarily language by the Chief Minister in the Legislative Assembly should be fully condemned.
"In democracy the public is supreme and the leader elected by the people has insulted the people and the democracy by claiming to be the Boss of the Delhi," Tiwari said.
He alleged that after being exposed in the guest teachers' case, Kejriwal wants to complicate the entire case and keep it in litigation. "But as a responsible opposition we will not allow him to do so," Tiwari asserted.
He said it was unfortunate that the fate of Delhi is being decided by a novice Chief Minister who is interested more in creating problems than solving them.
Tiwari said that students are suffering because the posts of the teachers are vacant. "We demand that the government immediately appoint 18,000 teachers and the remaining 17,000 guest teachers be allowed to continue," the BJP leader said on Thursday