Three yrs of AAP govt pushed Delhi 30 yrs back: BJP
New Delhi: Making scathing attack on Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari on Wednesday said that "three years of the Kejriwal government has pushed backed Delhi by 30 years."
The party staged demonstrations at various places on Wednesday, including the Chief Minister's residence.
"The government has been failed on all fronts and lost moral authority to rule Delhi. People are in distress and want to repeal the government as soon as possible," said Tiwari.
The North East Delhi MP said that while development works have stalled in Delhi, people are surprised to see that Kejriwal is celebrating the thrid anniversary of his government.
"Today, the Kejriwal government is known for the corruption of Satyender Jain and, as a result, is celebrating the anniversary not with the people but with its colleagues. The way in which this government plays drama on every problem, such as stopping water supply when ammonia is high and closing schools during intense cold, people want to dislodge this government," he said.
Tiwari said that while Kejriwal teaches lesson of honesty to all parties, his own 20 MLAs violated the Constitution by accepting Office of Profit.
"The people of Delhi are also shocked to witness the discrimination in giving compensation to the victims of murders, especially in the murder of Ankit Saxena," he added.
Meanwhile, Leader of Oppostion in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta said that the people – who were shown false dreams by the MLAs and ministers of the AAP – are now openly opposing the government on the streets. He said that the Kejriwal government is not only "weakening constitutional bodies but also creating opportunities for corruption by manipulating schemes illegally."
Gupta said that serious criminal charges against ministers Satyendar Jain and Imran Hussain have ashamed the politics of Delhi. He added that the Kejriwal government is the first government in Delhi "which does not believe in law and the constitution and several illegal acts of the government are sufficient to prove that."