'Waste' politics in Delhi, CM Kejriwal targets BJP, BJP-AAP workers clash
Politics has started on garbage in Ghazipur, Delhi, where Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached and targeted the BJP fiercely. He said that "BJP sitting in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi for the last 15, has spread garbage everywhere in Delhi."
Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal are reaching the landfill site in Ghazipur today, where he while talking to the media said that "There is a huge garbage mountain behind us. For the last 15 years, the Indian people in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. The party is sitting, who have given Delhi three huge garbage mountains in 15 years." Along with this, Kejriwal said that garbage is garbage not only here but in the whole of Delhi. BJP has made the entire Delhi a garbage house.
Kejriwal further said that the people of Delhi have been made in such a bad condition that it has become difficult to live inside Delhi. After this, Arvind Kejriwal while addressing the people said that "I appeal to the supporters of BJP, think a little. What did the BJP give to Delhi except for the mountains of dirt and garbage? Forget your party once and vote for the country."
Addressing the people, Arvind Kejriwal said that Delhi is the capital of the country. People from all over the world come here and see the mountain of garbage here, which causes a lot of shame. Along with this, he said that "When you go to other countries including London in the whole world, tourist places are visible there, but in Delhi the mountain of garbage is visible. BJP has left no stone unturned to bow down the heads of the people of Delhi. If a relative comes, a friend comes, the whole of Delhi sees garbage as garbage.
They were protesting against the Delhi government in Ghazipur, Delhi, and soon after that Aam Aadmi Party workers also reached there. After this, the workers of AAP and BJP came face to face and raised slogans against each other. During this, policemen were also present on the spot, who put an end to the uproar.