Sunday, December 27, 2015

BJP, Congress twin attack on Kejriwal, AAP

BJP, Congress twin attack on Kejriwal, AAP

New Delhi: Chief Minister of Delhi and Aam Admi Party led by him came under twin attack on Suunday, 27th December 2015, by BJP and Congress on the issues of DDCA case and in odd-even policy for vehicles respectively.

Clean Chit to Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitly, by the 3 member committee appointed by Aap Government of Delhi in Delhi Cricket Association (DDCA) financial irregularities came as a boon to BJP to take Kejriwal to Task.

On other hand, Congress likened the odd-even policy for vehicles being executed by Aap Government to ‘Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq’s act’ and went harsh on Aap Government for hitting Robert Vadra.

BJP demanded "public apology" from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for levelling allegations against Arun Jaitley on the DDCA issue, saying a report of the city government has found no evidence against the Finance Minister.

Party spokesperson M J Akbar said the DDCA file which Kejriwal made his basis to attack Jaitley over the CBI raid and affairs of the cricket body does not name Jaitley.

"The truth is out. The report does not name Jaitley. There is no allegation against him, there is no indication (of wrong doing). The Delhi Chief Minister, we believe, should apologize to Jaitley for his allegations...he should publicly apologise. "He should also admit his fault in the court (where Jaitley has filed a civil defamation suit against the CM and other AAP members)," Akbar told a press conference at Delhi.

On the other hand, hitting back at the AAP for its criticism of Robert Vadra who had questioned giving exemptions in odd-even policy for vehicles, the Congress likened Delhi government’s initiative to curb pollution to Delhi Sultanate ruler “Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq’s act”.
“What has Mr Vadra said? He said about the discrimination of VIPs. Isn’t he right? VIPs also inhale oxygen and have the same lungs. Why this discrimination? Everybody here is equal in this land. You have concerns, so address that. If he has raised the issue in public domain, why is the AAP so worried.
“Questions will be asked because this is like a Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq act. This is like shifting the capital from Delhi to Devagiri without having the infrastructure. You cannot do this to people of Delhi. They have given you the mandate. You cannot make them suffer. You should have taken steps. Your transport system is totally failing,” Congress spokesperson Tom Vadakkan said.

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