'Looking London Talking Kejriwal'; CM promises London-like Delhi in one year

Mar 08, 2017, 00:31
'Looking London Talking Kejriwal'; CM promises London-like Delhi in one year

Gupta said he expected a concrete plan for the city's development, "especially in view of Kejriwal's dream of turning Delhi into Paris and London".

Kejriwal added, "In the assembly polls you gave us 67 seats, but this time don't leave any such gap".

It seems now Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, also a great friend of Mamata's, has chose to take a leaf out of her book.

The event was attended by other senior Congress leaders like Delhi President Ajay Maken, P.C.Chako in-charge of the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC), former Minister of power Jyotiraditya Scindia among others. "We have also sent a proposal to the central government for regularisation of unauthorised colonies".

Speaking towards the end of the debate on Lt. Governor Anil Baijal's address to the house, Kejriwal pointed out that when he campaigned in Punjab and Goa, he sought votes on the strength of the AAP government's performance in Delhi. You (public) have to help us.

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The Chief Minister also challenged Modi to list any five major works done by him that have benefitted the people. "If AAP gets control, I promise to clean up Delhi like never before", Kejriwal said.

Addressing a public rally at Uttam Nagar in New Delhi, Kejriwal said the BJP-run municipal bodies had thoroughly failed to keep the national capital clean. "Ultimately the plan must be something the people must adopt and accept.And in 10 years through this plan, we will make Delhi a world-class city", Chidambaram said. "We promised we would reduce power and water rates by half, we did it", he said. "Minimum wages should have been approved by August but the prime minister called former LG Najeeb Jung and said "don't let anything happen" in Delhi", he said.

"Delhi will be made as clean as London, which only AAP can do", he claimed.

Urging people to vote for AAP in large numbers, Kejriwal said, "We do not have money to contest election". Recently, AAP launched several schemes and projects, and is hoping that the hard work done by the government in improving the quality of life of ordinary Delhiites will pay political dividends. "Now, in the civic polls, give AAP all 272 wards to wash out corruption in the corporations".