Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta said that CM Arvind Kejriwal shows dreams of development to people but people of Rajender Nagar as also of Delhi who have lost out on development in last seven years now very well know that Kejriwal has no interest in development.
New Delhi: BJP candidate in Rajender Nagar by-election Rajesh Bhatia on Monday had a hectic campaign day starting with door-to-door Campaign reaching out to around 1000 families of New Rajender Nagar. Bhatia said that he knows local issues very well as he is been born and brought up in Rajender Nagar but the Aam Aadmi Party candidate who earlier lost election in Karawal Nagar is being forced on Rajender Nagar and by the time he will even understand local issues the 2.5 years term will end. He appealed to people to vote for BJP.
Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta said that CM Arvind Kejriwal shows dreams of development to people but people of Rajender Nagar as also of Delhi who have lost out on development in last seven years now very well know that Kejriwal has no interest in development. Only yesterday Delhi was shocked to know that Kejriwal Government did not pay its 20 per cent share in cost of Rs 920 crores Pragati Maidan Tunnel Project now fully funded by Centre Government. He called upon the people to elect BJP.
MP Parvesh Sahib Singh addressed a meeting of beneficiaries of Central schemes living in Rajender Nagar area and said while Centre wants to better the lives of people of Delhi through its schemes unfortunately Delhi’s Kejriwal Government by stalling implementation of schemes like Aayushman Yojna, Insurance schemes, Awaaz Yojnas in Delhi has denied their benefits to poor.
MP Gautam Gambhir thanked Sindhu Samaj for its support to BJP and asked them to recall Shri Rajesh Bhatia’s good work as Councillor from this area and vote for him in by-polls.
At a meeting in Inderpuri, MP Hansraj Hans said hundreds of poor families living in rented homes in Rajender Nagar were promised payment of rent for covid era by Kejriwal Government but were never paid. Now this huge section of people has decided to vote against Aam Aadmi Party.