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Posted at: Apr 21, 2017, 1:27 PM; last updated: Apr 21, 2017, 10:07 PM (IST)

BJP trying to hide corruption in MCD by projecting PM: Kejriwal

BJP trying to hide corruption in MCD by projecting PM: Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal says the only hope for people of Delhi is the AAP. File photo

Ananya Panda

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, April 21

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday accused the BJP of trying to cover up its corruption and misgovernance in the three municipal corporations by projecting the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of civic polls.

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“The Congress is finished. Don’t waste your votes by voting for it. The voting for the BJP, a party that has not been able to clean Delhi in the last ten years, will only worsen the plight of the city. If you vote for the BJP and tomorrow your child suffers from dengue/ chikungunya, you will alone be responsible for voting dengue and Chikungunya party (BJP),” said the AAP chief while reiterating his party’s promise of cleaning Delhi in one year and wiping out vector borne diseases in three years if elected.

Kejriwal accused the BJP and the Congress of snapping power and water supply lines in parts of the city to “deliberately harass” people.

“Over the last few days complaints have come of disrupted power and water supply. People from BJP and Congress have stolen oil from electricity transformers at 70 locations in Delhi. They are doing such things deliberately to affect the services, by stealing valves of water pipes, blocking sewer lines with cement,” claimed the Delhi Chief Minister cautioning people to be prepared for such incidents in the next 24 hours till elections on Sunday.

“I appeal to the BJP and Congress parties not to indulge in such dirty politics and stop harassing residents of Delhi,” said Kejriwal while claiming “If you (people of Delhi) face any such problem in your area till elections do know that it is being created either by BJP or Congress.”  



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