New Delhi: Amid the budget session of the Delhi legislative assembly, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed that the AAP-led government has performed despite several ‘roadblocks’.
Talking about the first day of the budget session, Kejriwal said “Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena addressed the Assembly today. He said that ever since the AAP government has come, Delhi is progressing rapidly. In every direction, education, health, tourism, electricity, water, roads, infrastructure, there has been a robust development”.
Arvind Kejriwal further added, “I believe that democracy should be respected, and if two crore people have elected a government, it should be allowed to function. Creating roadblocks in its working is not right”.
On being asked about the disturbance in the Assembly during the LG’s speech, the Delhi CM said, “Creating a disturbance during the LG’s speech is against the rules and a contempt of the house. We have passed a resolution against this and will send this to the concerned committee”.
BJP and AAP legislators raised slogans against each other during the LG’s address. However, Delhi LG added that the relationship will remain ‘intact’ despite all the differences.
VK Saxena in a poetic take added that “Undoubtedly, some lines have been crossed in the past few days. I would give the answer through a poem. “Roz girati hai patte mere, phir bhi hawaon se tut ten nahi hain rishte mere” (Leaves of the tree shed daily, but that doesn’t end the relation between the tree and the wind). Similarly, our relation will also remain intact,”.
(With Agency Inputs)
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