Says Kejriwal didn’t fulfil his promises of development
New Delhi, Nov. 19 (Delhi Crown): BJP’s Najafgarh district president Vijay Solanki on Friday said that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had promised to Delhites at the time of taking oath that he will work for the development of the state/city, but today he was involved in opening new liquor shops here.
Addressing BJP workers in all the five Assembly segments in Najafgarh district, Solanki said that his party won’t allow the opening of new liquor shops.
“When Kejriwal assumed power in Delhi, he had promised to set up new colleges, new universities, hospitals, and improve the condition of roads, construct flyovers, set up water treatment plants, but he failed to do anything worthwhile it,” said Solanki on the occasion.
He further alleged that just for increasing his government’s incomes by way of collecting excise duty on sale of liquor, Kejriwal had implemented the new Excise Policy whereby the liquor business in the city was handed over to private players.
“The opening of the new liquor shops will leave a bad impact on the youngsters, and will also lead to crimes against women. BJP will oppose this new Excise Policy tooth and nail,” added Solanki on the occasion.
Among the party workers present on the occasion were district BJP office bearers, Municipal Councillors, former MLAs, Mandal office bearers, besides others.