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I&B Minister Thakur slams Kejriwal’s ‘corrupt model of governance’

I&B Minister Anurag Thakur

New Delhi: Union Minister for Information & Broadcasting and Sports & Youth Affairs Anurag Thakur today slammed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for giving a “corrupt model of governance” due to which the people of Delhi were suffering.

Addressing meetings in support of BJP candidates in the ongoing Delhi MCD election campaign, the minister said, , “Arvind Kejriwal has given a highly corrupt model of governance in Delhi. He has made such false claims which can never be achieved. For the first time we have seen a government working this shamelessly.”

“The government whose health minister is enjoying massages in the jail and still not resigning, shows that they are not only corrupt but also shameless,” he added.

Thakur led mega roadshows in the city as he campaigned in Shastri Nagar, Kamla Nagar and Rajendra Nagar in the city. The minister expressed confidence that people would elect BJP with a full majority in MCD.

Lashing out at AAP, the minister said, “The Kejriwal government is deeply immersed in corruption. They didn’t even spare children’s classrooms, they did scam in that too. Toilets were called classrooms. This is such a government which instead of expanding education, expanded liquor contracts. People have now come to know their reality. ”

On the other hand, Thakur said “Bharatiya Janata Party expanded parks in Delhi, installed open gyms in all. BJP has done whatever work came in our field for the development of Delhi. Now we are ready to give new dimensions to the development of Delhi. We gave opportunity to 60 lakh people of unauthorized colonies in Delhi. House tax has been waived for houses of 50 metres also. We did the work of providing houses to the poor wherever there were slums. People’s participation in the public relations of the Bharatiya Janata Party is telling that people are going to bring the Bharatiya Janata Party to the MCD once again.”