Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Congress, BJP, SP, NCP have joined hands to destroy AAP: Kejriwal

We are new to politics, but with our two-year experience we can say that they all (political parties) are hand in glove...the SP, BSP, Sharad Pawar (who heads NCP), Congress and the BJP were like a family.
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They want to destroy us. In the last three years, not a single village head of the Congress has been arrested in a corruption, even though our 20 MLAs have been arrested so far," Kejriwal said.


NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP-ruled states to compare their work to that of the Delhi government as he alleged that political parties including Congress, BJP, SP and NCP have come together to "destroy" the AAP.

This is the first time that Kejriwal has attacked political parties other than the BJP and the Congress as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) seeks to expand to other states.




Participating in a discussion on the motion of thanks to the LG's address in Delhi Assembly, Kejriwal also attacked BJP-led civic bodies and challenged them to list even a single work they have done in the last 10 years.

The motion of thanks, moved by Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra yesterday, was passed with voice votes.

"We are new to politics, but with our two-year experience we can say that they all (political parties) are hand in glove...the SP, BSP, Sharad Pawar (who heads NCP), Congress and the BJP were like a family.

"They are pained to see how we (AAP) have come to power. They want to destroy us. In the last three years, not a single village head of the Congress has been arrested in a corruption, even though our 20 MLAs have been arrested so far," Kejriwal said.

He asked how much development works have been done by BJP-ruled states Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, and dared their chief ministers to compare their performance to that of the AAP government.

Kejriwal said that any government can praise its own work and Lt Governor Anil Baijal also praised the Delhi government's work during his speech.

"The real praise is when a person walking on the streets praises you. Power and water bills in Delhi have significantly come down. Free medicines, mohalla clinics are in Delhi. Real certificate is when common man praises.

"The BJP has been in power in Madhya Pradesh for 10-12 years. I challenge its CM to list at least five works he has done in his state. I also challenge Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan governments to show five works. I don't blame you (BJP CMs), even (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi ji doesn't know what he has done," he said.

The CM hit out against other political parties, saying that Congress, BJP, SP and BSP were all out to "get him" as he had spoilt their "cozy camaraderie" by entering politics. "BJP, Congress, etc, are all friends. Modi abused Robert Vadra before the elections, but three years down the line, there is not even an FIR against him. These parties got upset when we, as outsiders, came and spoilt things for them and now all of them are trying to destroy us," he said.


Kejriwal then listed some of the work that AAP had undertaken in Delhi, comparing them with other states, especially Chhatisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan where BJP has been in office for years. These included having the cheapest power across the country, mohalla clinics, odd-even for air pollution, among others.

 "We are creating 8,000 new classrooms, equivalent to 200 schools. We have 106 mohalla clinics operational. Even though I have been only on a single foreign trip since I became CM, people across the world are praising the work done by Delhi government ... The PM is constantly out of the country, people are laughing at his demonetisation scheme," the CM said.

He alleged that the Prime Minister has "unleashed" the Income Tax Department on the AAP and the department is "harassing" donors of his party.

"I have never seen such politicisation of the Income Tax Department. It has been threatening donors not to donate money for the AAP," he said.-TOI

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