1. With Metros trapped in waterlogging, Kiran Bedi calls AAP govt ‘undeserving’

With Metros trapped in waterlogging, Kiran Bedi calls AAP govt ‘undeserving’

Bedi tweeted, "Question being asked: Who is responsible for repeated collapse of services in Metros? Answer is: Those 'undeserving' we have been bringing to power."

By: | Updated: September 1, 2016 10:12 AM
kiran bedi.pti.l Due to heavy rains in the capital on Wednesday, massive traffic jams were reported from major roads in Delhi and between the capital and Gurgaon, where the police had warned people early in a tweet to be “patient and disciplined” and “stick to lanes”. (PTI)

Taking a swipe at the Delhi government and AAP, Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi on Thursday tweeted that “undeserving” people have been brought to power in the capital. Criticizing the Delhi government for not handling the issue of water-logging, that was caused due to heavy rains yesterday, Bedi in her tweet hinted that the failure of apt operations during monsoon has caused much inconvenience to the public.  Her tweet comes during the time that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is dealing with the controversey sparked by Sandeep Kumar’s video.

Bedi tweeted, “Question being asked: Who is responsible for repeated collapse of services in Metros? Answer is: Those ‘undeserving’ we have been bringing to power.”

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Due to heavy rains in the capital on Wednesday, massive traffic jams were reported from major roads in Delhi and between the capital and Gurgaon, where the police had warned people early in a tweet to be “patient and disciplined” and “stick to lanes”. Due to the same reason, US Secretary of State John Kerry too was stuck in traffic hurl during his visit to New Delhi.

Earlier, AAP had attacked the Puducherry Lt Governor for allegedly interfering in the working of the government. Taking a jibe at Bedi, AAP legislator and party’s in-charge of southern states, Somnath Bharti alleged that PM Modi has appointed those people to the post of LG, who harboured chief ministerial ambitions, but could not become one.

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