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Kiran Bedi questions AAP’s priorities, says, ‘Party only knows to play blame game’

Kiran Bedi, the Lieutenant Governer of Puducherry on Thursday said hat the Aam Aadmi Party started off with the blame games and continues to do so

By: | Updated: September 15, 2016 2:08 PM
kiran bedi, delhi gfovernment, delhi health scare, health scare delhi, kiran bedi criticises kejriwal, kiran bedi arvind kejriwal Kiran Bedi said that if AAP cared about its citizens, it would have worked through its differences with all other forms of authority. (PTI)

Kiran Bedi, the Lieutenant Governer of Puducherry on Thursday said hat the Aam Aadmi Party started off with the blame games and continues to do so. She said that the people of the country have seen through the Arvind Kejriwal-led party but they are left with no choice. She expressed her sadness that since the people fo Delhi has voted for AAP, they have no choice but to suffer for the next 3 years. And since the people’s memory is very short, AAP will again come up with “free things” at the end of their term for the next elections.

Taking a jibe at the health scare in Delhi due to the outspread of Dengue and ChikunGunya she told Times Now that the people who will fall for the “free things” AAP offers, will again suffer through the mosquito bites. She accused the AAP of not caring about the people. Had AAP cared about its citizens, it would have worked through its differences with all other forms of authority and nothing of this sort would have happened. She said that it was AAP’s irresponsibility to talk to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, and had the people been important to them, they would not have let this happen.

She questioned the AAP government’s intentions and said that they were not rulers, they did not know how to govern. She also accused the AAP members of being simple agitators. AAP government has other needs, she added. She stressed that if the government’s priority had been the needs of people such a dangerous situations such as floods and a disease outbreak would not have happened. She criticised the Aam Admi Party of constantly being in the news and said that good administration doesn’t make news but maladministration does. She also noted that if AAP’s intention is staying in news, then the bad administration is the way to go.

The state of Delhi has been reeling under pressure from the outbreak of Dengue and Chikungunya which has been blamed on the differences between the AAP government and its differences with all other forms of authority.

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