Trade Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur. ANI
New Delhi: Union Information and Broadcasting and Sports and Youth Minister Anurag Thakur said on Friday that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi had become synonymous with lawlessness, booze , fraud and corruption.
Campaigning for the BJP ahead of Delhi’s civic body elections on December 4, Thakur launched a scathing attack on Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his seven years in office. “The AAP government in Delhi has become synonymous with anarchy. He has three friends, alcohol, scams and corruption,” he said at public meetings at Dilshad Colony, Welcome Colony, Lalita Park and Patparganj in the nation’s capital.
“As soon as the AAP formed a government in Punjab, its Minister of Health had to resign for corruption. Delhi’s health minister is in jail, enjoying massages and having fun,” he said in a statement.
“From mineral water to massage, all five-star facilities are available in prison. This can only happen in Kejriwal’s model. PAA ministers are involved in corruption and Kejriwal gives them certificates of honesty,” Thakur said.
The Union Minister said the AAP had made big claims in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand ahead of Assembly polls there but had lost its security deposits. The minister also accused the leader of the AAP of engaging in a policy of appeasement.
Delhi’s BJP said in a statement that 15 senior leaders, including Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, spoke at about 60 public meetings.
At a rally in the northeastern part of the city, Dhami said this election would change Delhi’s fortunes.
The Uttarakhand CM alleged that Kejriwal government was not working for the education of children but rather distributing alcohol. “Kejriwal is the first chief minister for the past eight years who deprived the people of Delhi by not implementing central government plans due to political malice,” he charged.
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