Union Minister Kalraj Mishra today hit out at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, claiming that it was a "misfortune" of Delhi that it was handed over to a person who "has nothing to do with the Constitution and law".
Union Minister Kalraj Mishra today hit out at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, claiming that it was a “misfortune” of Delhi that it was handed over to a person who “has nothing to do with the Constitution and law”.
Without naming the Aam Aadmi Party or Kejriwal, Mishra said, “It’s a misfortune of Delhi, that we handed over it to a person who has nothing to do with the Constitution and law, who does not know what process should be adoped in a Union Territory.”
“All the time, even in his dreams, he sees (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi and keeps on repeating his name,” the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Minister told a youth convention organised by Purvanchal Morcha of Delhi BJP.
The governance system in Delhi has been “deteriorating” and what is needed is that “such a person” who is “defaming” Delhi is challenged democratically with the united strength of the youth, he said.
The Minister also highlighted various achievements of the Modi government, saying that it was taking a lot of steps for the youth through skill development and other schemes.
BJP national general secretary Arun Singh asked the youth to join BJP as it was the party where even ordinary persons can rise in ranks and reach the top positions.
North East Delhi MP Manoj Tiwari said that the Modi government was also planning a “Student City” in the national capital for providing accommodation to large a number of students.
“I met the PMO officials recently and offered 55 acre land at Gopalpur village in Timarpur for the student city for 5000 students which will come in the rule of this government,” he said.