New Delhi: Senior Delhi BJP Leader Vijay Jolly stated that Kejriwal seems to be a patient of dementia. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal should be treated for lunacy for his diabolical attacks on Prime Minister Modi, demanded Mr. Jolly.
The Chief Minister instead of providing good governance in Delhi is engaged in verbal duels with Lt. Governor and the centre.
The Delhi Chief Minister provocative statement “centre can even get me killed” is false. And meant to hide failure of AAP Govt. in Delhi stated BJP leader Mr. Jolly.
AAP leader should understand that in democracy, there are political opponents & not personal enemies stated Jolly.
It is disgusting that on 15th Dec 2015, Delhi CM Kejriwal stated that “Modi is a coward & a psychopath”. It is unacceptable said Mr. Jolly.
Then again as a loose cannon on 17th July 2016, Delhi CM Kejriwal accused “centre for India – Pakistan like situation in Delhi”. This is untrue said Jolly.
Kejriwal seems to be influenced by the Modi phenomena since in Varanasi Lok Sabha polls, Modi soundly defeated Kejriwal by 3.37 lac votes thru battle of ballot box.
During the past 17 months, AAP govt. with record 67 MLAs in Delhi assembly has failed on all civic fronts like regularizing unauthorized colonies, 24 x 7 supply of drinking water, 21 AAP MLAs on the verge of disqualification on Office of Profit issue etc.
Jolly said we understand Chief Minister Kejriwal crazy and lunatic behavior. Since his flock of 8 AAP MLAs have been booked under criminal police FIRs, 1 MLA investigated for tax evasion and 3 Delhi Ministers sacked after fake degree scandal, domestic violence against women and on corruption charges.
BJP Leader Vijay Jolly advised Delhi Chief Minster against crossing all limits of decency & dramatics in politics since Janata Sab Janti Hai.
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