The Delhi unit of BJP in a letter to the city police commissioner termed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's statement that he could be assassinated by police personnel deployed for his security as “highly damaging” to the morale of his security staff and the police force.
Aam Aadmi Party Convenor and Delhi Cheif Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed that people are 'extremely happy' with the work of the AAP in Delhi, especially in the fields of education, health, water, electricity, road, sewage.
AAP's East Delhi candidate, Atishi on Thursday broke down while reading the pamphlet against her, that she alleged has been distributed in the constituency at the behest Gambhir, a charge denied by the cricketer-turned-politician himself.
Calling former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh a 'good man', AAP supremo, Arvind Kejriwal said it was him who shielded India from the global economic recession in 2008 by taking a series of timely measures.
Many agree that the Kejriwal government did bring education into focus and infused energy into a moribund system that ran a thousand-odd schools in Delhi. But there is a flip side to the feel-good story.
Most of the opposition leaders admit that they prefer state-wise alliances rather than a national alliance to strengthen their cadre base. Post-poll strategies could be worked out depending on the numbers, they say.
A loud complaint at his janata darbar irks ‘noble’ Trivendra Singh, who shouts back and hands the schoolteacher over to his police. The woman was released later, but the CM had his angelic image come crashing.