Delhi CM Kejriwal Urges PM Modi Not To Be Stubborn
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has once again attacked Prime Monister Narendra Modi with his statement. He briefed to media and asked Modi to stop being stubborn.
He urged Modi to work together and said him to stop being stubborn. He also asked him to hand over law and order to the state government.
Kejriwal claims he has written several letters to Modi too about his intervention and allow the state government to function independently. He said, “Modiji, stop being stubborn and let us work together. Give control of the Anti Corruption Bureau and Delhi Police to the Delhi government. We’ll fix things in one year.”
Referring a recent survey he said corruption is down in the Delhi government and it has increased in Delhi Police.
The CM added further the survey shows good intention of AAP government’s intention in the admin capability.
Kejriwal’s AAP party swept the state earlier in February this year and since then he has been in an intense turf battle with the central government led by BJP.
Delhi is not like other states as the central government controls much of the crucial functions including law and order through Lieutenant Governor