People of Delhi Are Fed Up With the Misrule of AAP Govt: Sheila Dikshit

Arvind Kejriwal. Photo: Rakesh Raman / RMN News Service
Arvind Kejriwal. Photo: Rakesh Raman / RMN News Service

Most people believe that in 4 years, Kejriwal and AAP have caused such a damage to Delhi that now it will take it almost 40 years to recover from the ruins.

By Rakesh Raman

As the alliance talks between Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) fell through, Congress has announced its candidates for all the Lok Sabha seats in Delhi.

And now Congress is blaming Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP for misgovernance in the city-state while both the parties are facing an uphill task of defeating BJP which holds all the 7 Lok Sabha seats of Delhi.

“The people of Delhi are fed up with the misrule of the AAP government in Delhi as no useful work is being done and the AAP leaders only make hollow promises without fulfilling them,” said Sheila Dikshit, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president and former chief minister of Delhi.

In fact, Ms. Dikshit is right. Delhi has become a virtual hell under Kejriwal’s rule. Most people believe that in 4 years, Kejriwal and AAP have caused such a damage to Delhi that now it will take it almost 40 years to recover from the ruins.

Today, Delhi is among the most polluted and the dirtiest cities of the world and corruption is rampant in every street of Delhi while Kejriwal government never tried to control it.

While there are multiple complaints of corruption against AAP legislators, recently the party decided to defy the notice from Delhi’s anti-corruption body Lokayukta which has asked AAP MLAs to reveal the details of their assets.

[ लोक सभा चुनाव में केजरीवाल की दिल्ली के लिए पूर्ण राज्य की मांग झूठी है ]

As bureaucratic and political corruption is rampant in Delhi, new reports suggest that the office of Delhi’s Lokayukta has received 41 complaints of corruption against the AAP legislators. The complaints are against the AAP MLAs as well as ministers.

Similarly, the education standards – particularly in Delhi schools – are going from bad to worse while Kejriwal has no interest in improving the quality of education. Rather, Kejriwal and his party colleagues are making false claims about Delhi school education.

Kejriwal and his liar friends hoodwink the people by equating quality of school education with the school buildings. Kejriwal and his colleagues claim that they have improved the education standards by constructing cement buildings and classrooms.

[ Save Children from Pollution in Delhi. हाय ! हमें दिल्ली के जानलेवा प्रदूषण से बचाओ। ]

While the quality of education is pathetic in schools, Kejriwal deceives the people of Delhi by saying that it is improving the education system in the city by constructing thousands of classrooms.

Moreover, Kejriwal is going gaga over the hyped performance of his Mohalla Clinics. But most people in Delhi complain about the futility of such a flawed health care concept.

As Delhi has clearly become a virtual hell under Kejriwal’s AAP government, the Congress decision to stay away from AAP will help Congress in the upcoming Assembly election in Delhi.

The Lok Sabha election in Delhi will take place in the sixth phase on May 12.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society. He also creates and publishes a number of digital publications on different subjects.

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