New Delhi , 23 JAN 2021|| News Desk
When Congress was in power in Delhi, and BJP at the Centre and in the MCDs, there was never any fight regarding fund transfer—Ch. Anil Kumar.
Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ch. Anil Kumar said that the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party Governments were busy trading corruption charges and counter-charges against each other through posters, banners and the media, without doing anything for the development of Delhi.
He said that as a result of the constant fight between these two ruling parties, many development projects have got stuck in a time warp for the past few years. He said that it was true that the Arvind Government in Delhi and the BJP-ruled Municipal Corporations have become dens of corruptions, and both these parties have betrayed the trust and confidence reposed on them by the people of Delhi.
He said that many of the main and arterial roads of the Capital are broken and need urgent carpeting while the public transport system is in a mess, as the Arvind Government has not added a single bus to the DTC fleet ever since it came to power, and the fourth phase of the Delhi Metro has been moving at a snail’s pace.
Ch. Anil Kumar said that Chief Minister Arvind announces big schemes and plans through media conferences every other day, without doing anything to move such projects, at the ground level. He said that the Corona Warriors in the MCDs have been on strike demanding their pending wages, as the Arvind Government has not paid the money due to the Corporations, and the Delhi High Court has taken cognizance of the matter.
He said that when Congress was in power in Delhi, and the BJP was in power at the Centre and in the MCDs, there was never ever any controversy regarding fund transfer, and Delhi’s development progressed at a smooth pace, to make it one of the best metropolis in the world.
Ch. Anil Kumar said that ever since the Aam Aadmi Party came to power, clashes with the Centre, MCDs and the Lt. Governor have become a common occurrence. He asked the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party to let go of their shadow boxing, and concentrate on development as, during the past seven years, brick has not been laid for development, neither by the AAP Government nor by the Municipal Corporations.
Sack Som Nath Bharti—Ch. Anil Kumar
Ch. Anil Kumar said that with the District Court awarding a two-year jail term to former Minister and currently an MLA from Malviya Nagar Som Nath Bharti in an assault case, the number of AAP MLAs with a criminal background has gone up. He said that the Arvind Government has been shielding Ministers and MLAs, who were accused of corruption, domestic violence, sexual harassment and assaults, as they continue to remain as the AAP MLAs, without any disciplinary being initiated against them. He demanded that Som Nath Bharti should be removed from the AAP, and asked to resign his legislative seat.
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