If You Vote For BJP In MCD Polls Then Hold Yourself Responsible For Dengue, Arvind Kejriwal Warns Electorate

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| } April 21 , 2017 , 17:39 IST
[caption id="attachment_257893" align="aligncenter" width="700"]Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal[/caption] Ahead of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday warned people in Delhi and said if they vote for BJP then they should hold themselves responsible for dengue outbreaks. Also Read: Is It ‘Time UP’ For The Aam Aadmi Party? “If you vote for BJP and someone in your house suffers from dengue or chikungunya you will be held responsible for it. If BJP comes to power in MCD then Delhi will remain dirty for the next five years,” said Kejriwal. Also Read: BJP Files Complaint Against Kejriwal For Calling EC ‘Dhritrashtra’ Not just this, CM Kejriwal also urged the voters to not to waste their vote by opting for Congress. Kejriwal also accused the BJP of trying to cover up its corruption in the three municipal corporations by projecting the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of the civic polls, and asserted the strategy would not work. Also Read: CM Kejriwal Retaliates To EC’s Open Challenge To Hack EVMs, Says Can Tell 10 Ways To Hack Citing poor sanitation in the national capital which is leading to a rise in vector-borne diseases such as dengue, he said there is no hope from the BJP and that the only hope for the people of Delhi is his Aam Aadmi Party. "The hope of the BJP is only Narendra Modi through which the party wants to cover up its corruption and the poor sanitation condition. "How will Modi-ji improve the situation in MCD. Work in the MCD will not be undertaken by Narendra Modi, but local BJP leaders Vijendra Gupta and others," Kejriwal said. He also accused the BJP of "completely destroying" the MCD during its 10-year rule. The elections to all the 272 wards of the three civic bodies where the BJP, Congress and the AAP are locked in a triangular battle will be held on Sunday.

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