While enticing voters in Delhi election, Arvind Kejriwal had promised to weed out corruption from government departments, but all his promises proved to be blatant lies.
By Rakesh Raman
As Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is completing its one year of rule in Delhi, Congress has released a report card that gives ‘0’ marks out of 100 to the government.
The president of the Delhi wing of Congress, Ajay Maken, released today the one year report card of Kejriwal government in the form of a digital book.
“We have released a booklet with all the failures of the AAP government in the one year report card,” Maken said.
The key sections of the report card released by Congress include U-turn on principles, failure of governance, lack of development, price rise, anti-women and anti-poor policies, government’s lack of administrative skills, and false claims by Kejriwal and his government.
Meanwhile, in an ongoing poll on RMN News Service, when people were asked: “Are you satisfied with the work of AAP government in Delhi?,” 78% said they are not satisfied (results as on February 13, 2016).
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Today, people of Delhi are facing multiple problems created by Kejriwal’s government. The problems include broken roads, disrupted power supply, inflated water consumption charges, deadly pollution, dirty atmosphere, and mounting corruption.
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“This government has gone back on all the promises they made before elections. They have deceived the citizens of Delhi. The report card gives ‘0’ marks out of 100 to 1 year of governance of AAP,” Maken said.
As Kejriwal government completes its first year on Sunday, the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee is observing the day as ‘Chalawa Divas’ (or Deception Day).
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