'Reality test' speaks of Kejriwal's water claim: Tiwari

'Reality test' speaks of Kejriwal's water claim: Tiwari

Manoj Tiwari. Photo by PTI

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari on Tuesday said his party has got a "reality test" conducted to establish the veracity of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's claim that there is no problem related to water quality in the city.

Tiwari also launched a helpline number -- 8980189801 -- during a press conference, inviting complaints related to water quality from city residents.

He said the complaints will be "used to create pressure" on the Arvind Kejriwal government.

He said people can also send complaints related to dirty water to dellikapaanizehrila@gmail.com.

"We went to all the places where Kejriwal said his government laid new water and sewer pipelines in the last four years to address complaints related to water quality. We have shot videos in areas where people complained about dirty, undrinkable water," Tiwari said.

The videos were combined into one and played during the conference in which people can be seen complaining about water quality in areas like Karawal Nagar, Sant Nagar and Burari.

"This video, shot after November 22, exposes Kejriwal's claim and shows why the Supreme Court is so concerned about the water quality issue," Tiwari said.