Delhi News: Political turmoil started once again in Delhi’s politics on Monday. In fact, during the one-day special session of the Delhi Legislative Assembly, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal presented the trust vote. Aam Aadmi Party’s national convener Arvind Kejriwal, while presenting the trust vote in the Delhi Assembly, launched a scathing attack on the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party.
CM Kejriwal moves trust vote
Keeping the trust vote in the house, CM Kejriwal said that people think that inflation is increasing on your own, but it is not so at all. This is the hand of the BJP government at the Center behind the skyrocketing inflation, which is directly increasing the inflation by imposing wrongful taxes on the public. The central government is not spending the tax money of the people on the people, rather it is waiving off the loans of the billionaires of the country.
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Kejriwal’s verbal attack on BJP
While targeting the BJP, CM Kejriwal said that while the prices of petrol and diesel are decreasing all over the world, their prices are increasing continuously in India. CM Kejriwal said that where is the money of common people going. CM Kejriwal said that this money goes to Operation Lotus and MLAs are bought by threatening them. CM Kejriwal said that BJP had kept Rs 800 crore to buy 40 AAP MLAs, but AAP MLAs are honest.
Kejriwal targets BJP
Kejriwal further attacked the BJP and said that it is very sad that when the issue of inflation should have been discussed but the opposition wants to suppress the issue. He doesn’t want to discuss, these people just want to do drama and people are watching it. Today the people of the whole country are troubled by inflation.
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