Kejriwal leads Aam Aadmi Party

We will improve Haryanas schools and hospitals if we come to power: Kejriwal – Business Standard

Alleging that his government has improved the state of government schools and hospitals in the national capital, the AAP’s National Coordinator and Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, said on Sunday that his party wanted to repeat this in Haryana as well.

He also attacked the BJP-led Haryana government over the alleged leakage of question papers for government job recruitment tests.

Addressing his first nationwide party rally here, Kejriwal sought public support for his party in the municipal council elections next month.

Voting will take place in 28 municipal committees and 18 state councils on June 19.

He also spoke about eradicating corruption in Delhi and Punjab, citing the example of the dismissal of Vijay Singla from the Punjab government for allegedly indulging in corrupt practices.

We have ended corruption in Delhi and Punjab and will end it in Haryana as well, Kejriwal said, asking for people’s support for state assembly elections of 2024.

Kejriwal also thanked the farmers of Haryana and Punjab for their struggle against the center due to the now repealed three farming laws.

Kejriwal, who hails from Haryana, said I feel good when people call me ‘Haryana Ka Lal’. Haryana is Janam Bhoomi.

Electricity was promised around the clock in the state as it was provided in Delhi.

Kejriwal targeted Khattar’s government due to unemployment, and asked the rally how many jobs the BJP government had provided in the state.

He claimed that in the past seven years, his government in Delhi had given jobs to 12 people and had a plan to give another 20,000 jobs in the next five years.

(The title and image for this report may have been reformulated only by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a shared feed.)

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