In a first of its kind initiative for the AAP government, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal today interacted with the public through his "Talk to AK" initiative.
During his “Talk to AK” interaction, Kejriwal said, “We want to work, if the centre had not created this Bharat-Pakistan situation, we would have implemented a lot of our schemes.” “I told Mr Modi that I don’t want money, I have enough money to run the government. He wants Swachh Bharat, I am saying give me two years, I will make Delhi as good as London,” Kejriwal said.
“One officer who was transferred, was working on installing CCTVs, another was providing all basic amenities to unauthorised colonies. For the first time in history an officer working in the CM office was transferred without the chief minister’s consent,” Kejriwal hit out. “Out of 39 posts, 20 are lying vacant because officers have been transferred. All these are attempts to paralyse the government. We will soon come out with an advertisement asking people to apply and work in the Delhi government,” he said. “Nothing they (Centre) do will stop us from working,” he added.
In a first of its kind initiative for the AAP government, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal today interacted with the public through his “Talk to AK” initiative.
People from across India can reach out to the Delhi CM and ask questions via text messages and social media. Incidentally, Kejriwal decided to hold his interaction on the same day (Sunday) and time (11:00 AM) at which PM Narendra Modi holds his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ every month.