13 years of success or betrayal, BJP asks Cong

With Delhi government completing 13 years of its rule in the state on Tuesday, BJP Delhi Pradesh president Vijender Gupta on Monday vehemently criticised the government saying while two crore people of Delhi are suffering, the city government has no right to celebrate its ''misrule''.

Taking a one-day break from his 15-day Jan Sangharsh Yatra across Delhi, Gupta asked if the celebration are being held for betraying the people of Delhi. “Is the government celebrating betraying 50 lakh people of unauthorised colonies, committing bungling of 25,000 crore in CWG, misappropriating 680 crore rupee of SC welfare fund, bus scam, price spiral? Praising herself, Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit said she has made Delhi a world-class city, but the reality is that lakh of people live on the footpaths in Delhi even today,” Gupta
told reporters at police headquarters.

During his nine-day Yatra so far, he has contacted close to one crore people in 45 Assembly constituencies and receiving huge complaints against the government. “The rule of Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit is the rule of white collar. The chief minister has behaved like a corrupt, despotic bureaucrat with the people. Sheila Dikshit has wounded the soul of Delhi,” alleged Gupta.

Gupta believes that people will uproot Congress from Delhi in any level of elections.
“Be it MCD or Assembly, the CM has lost the moral rights to rule and hold a fresh election. People will throw them away from power everywhere,” said Gupta on whether he has started canvassing for votes.

Convenor of Jan Sangharsh Yatra, Yogendra Chandolia said during the last 13 years, the Delhi government has only benefited agents, touts, middlemen and elite class. “It seems they hate the poor and want to bleed them to death,” Chandolia said.

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