Kejriwal under pressure, give Rs 13,000 crore or else I will start hartal – warning cleaners


BanglaHunt Desk: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has joined hands with the farmers in protest against the agriculture bill introduced by the Center and has spoken out against the Modi government. In support of the farmers, the Aam Aadmi Party and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal came to meet the farmers with his entire cabinet.

On the one hand, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal has been blindly supporting the farmers, on the other hand, municipal councilors have staged a dharna in front of his house in Delhi. They demanded that they should pay the arrears of Tk 13,000 crore first. But Chief Minister Kejriwal turned a blind eye and went to support the farmers.

When they came to the Chief Minister to ask for the arrears, they sat there in a dharna and said that they would not move if they did not pay their dues.

BJP members captured the scene of the dharna in front of the Kejriwal government house on camera and made it viral on social media. “Chief Minister Kejriwal is not paying the arrears of Rs 13,000 crore to the employees of the Delhi Municipal Corporation,” it said. That is why the councilors of the three corporations are sitting in a dharna in front of the Chief Minister's house.

Another video was posted on Twitter saying, “Chief Minister Kejriwal is blaming others without seeing himself. The chief minister should be ashamed, they should be paid their dues.

Another tweet said, “Rising above party politics, the Kejriwal government should settle all their arrears, i.e. the corporation's arrears of Rs 13,000 crore for the development and public service of Delhi.”