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Bansuri Swaraj demands CM Arvind Kejriwal's resignation

Written by  Shgun S -- March 26th 2024 06:43 PM
Bansuri Swaraj demands CM Arvind Kejriwal's resignation

Bansuri Swaraj demands CM Arvind Kejriwal's resignation

PTC News Desk: Bansuri Swaraj, the BJP candidate from New Delhi's Lok Sabha constituency, joined a state BJP protest on Tuesday demanding the resignation of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Swaraj slammed Kejriwal, who is in ED custody in the Liquor Excise Policy case, and asked if his sense of ethics had died, citing his past lectures on moral issues to other leaders.

"Running the government from jail is unfavourable to the people of Delhi. I'd like to ask Arvind Kejriwal, who used to lecture other leaders, why his moral compass is asleep. You should resign based on ethics," she stated.

Swaraj also accused the AAP of creating an environment to gain false sympathy through press conferences, saying, "Saurabh Bharadwaj is holding press conferences on Mohalla Clinics just to get false sympathy. These are the same mohalla clinics where fake medicines and pathological tests were administered, and patients were treated by administrative staff rather than doctors."

On Tuesday, BJP workers marched from Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium to the Delhi Secretariat via ITO. Police used water cannons on BJP workers as they attempted to march towards the Secretariat, crossing Delhi Police barricades.

"The Chief Minister of Delhi is corrupt and dishonest, and he has looted the people of Delhi. We're going to the Secretariat to demand his resignation. The government is not running from the jail. The orders, like AAP's character, are fake...Arvind Kejriwal must resign," Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva stated before being detained.

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