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Kejriwal accuses BJP of arresting development in Delhi

Kejriwal accuses BJP of arresting development in Delhi

| | 10 Dec 2016, 11:12 am
New Delhi, Dec 10 (IBNS): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday accused the BJP government of stalling development in the national capital through the help of Governor Najeeb Jung.

In a tweet Kejriwal said, "The whole world is appreciating mohalla clinics. But sad that BJP has stopped construction of more mohalla clinics in delhi thro LG." (sic)

Ever since assuming office, the AAP supremo has been at loggerheads with both the BJP and the Delhi Governor, accusing them of interfering in his work, several times.

On Dec 7, Kejriwal had tweeted in Hindi saying, "In order to become the Vice President of our country, Najeeb Jung has sold his soul to Narendra Modi. Don't worry, Modi will never appoint a Muslim as the Vice President."

The comment, however, drew widespread criticism and many called his tweet "atrocious".

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