Arvind Kejriwal furious over postponement of MCD elections, said – BJP panicked over the popularity of ‘AAP’
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for postponing the MCD elections. In a press conference on Friday, he said that BJP is scared of AAP’s popularity. CM Kejriwal said that for the first time in the history of India, it must have happened that the central government had written a letter to the Election Commission demanding postponement of the elections.
Arvind Kejriwal said, ‘I would also like to tell the State Election Commission that if such elections are postponed, then only democracy will not survive. I don’t know what pressure is being put on you, what threats are you being given or what allurements are being given to you. You come out and tell the whole country. Don’t bow down.
Arvind Kejriwal further said that many things are going on among the people. There is a central government for 8 years and if all three MCDs had to be done at one place then why not in 8 years, people are saying that collecting MCDs is an excuse, the purpose is to postpone elections, because BJP felt that common man The party has a tremendous wave in Delhi and this has been done to avoid elections.
This appeal to PM Modi
The Chief Minister of Delhi said that there are 272 wards in Delhi, the councilors of all the three municipal corporations sit in their different municipal corporations. If elections are held, they will sit together. As long as all three are municipal corporations, they will sit in all three. When they are apart, they will sit separately. The purpose is not to have all the three municipal corporations at one place, the purpose is to postpone the elections. This is not good for the democracy.
CM Kejriwal said that it is a request to the Prime Minister that the government will keep on coming and going, tomorrow you will not be there, I will also not be there, the country is important. I request you with folded hands that do not cancel the election, it is a big threat to democracy.