No new flyover or hospital has been built since Kejriwal became CM, reveals RTI

No new flyover or hospital has been built since Kejriwal became CM, reveals RTI

If anyone wants to learn the art of throwing long, learn from the present government of Delhi. 
The claims that the Kejriwal government came back to power on the basis of a long broad promise of building infrastructure, turned out to be white lies. Contrary to Kejriwal's claims, neither a new hospital nor a new flyover has been built since he came to power.

Recently an RTI application was filed in which details of all types of flyovers and hospitals constructed in the last 6 years were sought in Delhi. All this information was sought by a person named Tejpal Singh, in response to which RTI replied that nothing like this is present. In the last six years neither a single hospital has been built nor a single flyover has been constructed.

Just a year ago, Arvind Kejriwal claimed that the Delhi government has built more than 23 flyovers. According to Kejriwal's statement, "Sheila Dixit made 70 flyovers in 15 years. We built 23 flyovers in just four and a half years. We work but do not promote it. Now it is the responsibility of the people to promote our work ”.

Now tell, who is throwing here? However, this is not new, because Arvind Kejriwal's Delhi government is known for making such tall promises, but not actually doing anything. Arvind Kejriwal's government had earlier talked about opening 20 new government colleges and 500 new schools in the 2015 manifesto. But the reality has come out something else, except 500, only one school has been built by 2019, and the college has not been completed yet.

Apart from this, the tall promises made by Arvind Kejriwal regarding the CCTV camera were also not fulfilled till now. The Aam Aadmi Party had promised to set up more than 1000 Mohalla clinics every year, but leave 1000 per annum, 6000 mohalla clinics have not been established in the entire Delhi in 6 years. In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that Arvind Kejriwal's government speaks a lot, but when it comes to doing it, the snake sniffs.

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