BJP’s new policy is ‘na kaam karunga, na kaam karne dunga’: Kejriwal

New Delhi, July 24 (ANI): Taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘na khaunga, na khane dunga’ (neither will I take bribe, nor will allow anyone to take it) remark, Delhi Chief Minister

Arvind Kejriwal on Friday alleged that the adamant BJP-led NDA Government has now adopted the policy of ‘na kaam karunga, na kaam karne dunga'(neither will I work, nor will allow anyone to work).

“Earlier they used to say ‘na khaunga na khaane dunga’, now they say ‘na kaam karunga na kaam karne dunga’. But don’t worry, I am adamant too. I always say that when you are on the path of truth, God is always there with you. All I need is love and support,” he said while addressing an Eid Milan function at Babarpur.

Kejriwal said the people are now assured that their leader is working for development of Delhi.

“The public is now assured that their new leader is not involved in corruption, but works for their development. And it is these people who will pay taxes, give donations. We will build 1,000 dispensaries for you. There will be at least 15 dispensaries in each and every legislative assembly,” he said.

“We are working 24 hours. All the promises we had made, I am hopeful to fulfill them in five years. But as I had said, these people are going through sleepless nights because they feel they have lost the ground under their feet. Everywhere I am going, I am getting to hear from the public that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is not letting Kejriwal’s government to function smoothly,” he added.

Kejriwal said that the people of Bihar would give the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) a befitting reply in the upcoming assembly polls.

“After winning the Lok Sabha polls, the Modi Government kept winning all the other elections. It was thought that the Prime Minister cannot be stopped. But the people of Delhi showed how he can be stopped. This charisma of Delhi will spread to other states. Let me tell you that even the people of Bihar will not give them the mandate in the upcoming polls,” he added.(ANI)

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