Cong plans 'Pol-Khol' exercise against Kejri

 The Delhi Congress, which supported Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party to form the state government, has now planned to launch a Pol-Khol Abhiyaan (expose exercise) against him.

Party’s Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Tuesday said the party will hold a meeting at the Central Park in Connaught Place on February 23 to launch the campaign against Kejriwal-led former government.

“We will spread this campaign to every corner of the city holding former chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and his government for false promises to Delhiites. They acted very irresponsibly on Jan Lokpal Bill and took shelter of the Bill to mislead the people,” he said. The party workers will burn an effigy of Kejriwal too at the Central Park.

The party, which emerged as the biggest loser in the last elections, claims that the state unit is preparing for the coming general elections.

“The former chief minister not only lied to the people of Delhi but also left the governance in the hands of bureaucrats. With the launch of this campaign, we will also kick start the preparations for coming Parliamentary elections,” said senior Congress leader and former MLA Mukesh Sharma.

Sharma also accused the former Kejriwal government of deliberately not letting the finance Bill pass in the Assembly.

“The AAP government deliberately created a dilemma on constitutional and administrative rights of the government and not let the Bill pass in the Assembly. He should be declared as an absconder.”

The Congress leaders also slammed Kejriwal for creating anarchy by stopping the LAD funds to the MLAs.

“He created another constitutional crisis by stopping the budgetary allocation in the name of giving the authority to the mohalla sabhas. They took this decision when even the outline of the Swaraj Bill was not approved in the Cabinet. The Delhi government had no authority to make changes in the budgetary allocations to MLAs,” he added.

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