The resolution accuses the AAP government. to do injustices to the farmers of the city
Union Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Piyush Goyal on Monday expressed hope that there will be a party-led “triple engine” government in Delhi over the next three years. He was speaking after opening the Delhi BJP State Executive Meeting.
Having a government in Central Delhi and ruling all three civic bodies will improve the city’s development on three occasions, he said.
Delhi BJP Chairman Adesh Gupta, while thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for more than 115 crore in vaccinations in the country and people’s welfare policies, said party workers would continue to fight against Delhi’s problems.
The BJP accused the Delhi government led by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of having failed miserably in all areas and demanded that it resign. A resolution to this effect was proposed by the leader of the opposition in the Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri and seconded by Secretary General Harsh Malhotra and Vice President Rajan Tiwari.
The resolution states that of 1,200 public schools, 750 do not have principals, 418 do not have vice-principals and that some 24,500 teachers are missing. He also said the city’s health system is in shambles. The resolution also accused the Delhi government of having “always done an injustice” to the city. Farmers.
National Party Secretary General Dushyant Gautam, National Vice President and Head of Delhi Baijyant Jai Panda, National Secretary and Co-Head of Delhi Alka Gurjar, and Secretary General of Siddharthan State Organization were also present. in the meeting.
In a related development, Delhi BJP spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor accused AAP leaders of making “unfounded corruption allegations” against BJP-led civic bodies over the past 7 years. years, while not allowing any voice to speak out against their own policies.
“A few months ago, we revealed a misappropriation in the accounts of the Delhi Jal Board. The agitated AAP government has taken police and legal action against BJP leaders to stifle their voices, ”Kapoor said.
Likewise, there is widespread public resentment against the government’s new alcohol policy and the opening of stores in residential areas, he said.