New Delhi: Attending a public rally at Panaji, Goa, on Sunday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal delivered censure on both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress Party and highlighted the developments that had taken place since 2015 under the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in New Delhi.
Speaking at a public rally in Panaji, the former IAS-officer-turned-politician said that the agenda of the AAP had always remained the same—Don't underestimate the power of common man.
The AAP leader later tweeted that his party will fight elections in Goa.
AAP will fight elections in Goa
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 22 May 2016
Attired in the AAP uniform, Kejriwal said that electricity rate in Delhi was the second lowest in the country, and they had also given Rs 1400 crores subsidy for electricity and over 36 lakhs families were benefited from the move.
However, the Delhi CM did not shy away from attacking his opponent. Criticising both the Congress and the BJP for their involvement in the Vijay Mallya conundrum, the AAP leader said, "Congress gave Rs 9000 crores subsidy to a person that is Vijay Mallya, later BJP allowed him to escape the country."