BJP has turned Delhi into capital of garbage mounds, stray animals Sisodia


New Delhi, Dec 3 : Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday alleged that after ruling the Municipal Corporation for 15 years, the BJP has turned Delhi into a pile of garbage and the capital of stray animals. "The BJP was in power in MCD for 15 years and it turned Delhi into a capital of garbage mounds and stray animals. This time, people will choose Arvind Kejriwal for MCD to make Delhi clean and beautiful," he claimed in a tweet. Sisodia also said that no matter how much BJP conspire but they can not stop 'Dilli ki Yogshala'. "This is the result of @ArvindKejriwal ji's efforts of making yoga a people's revolution, that today yoga has reached the poorest of the poor", he said in subsequent tweet. "Kejriwal ji's resolve to make Delhi healthy with yoga will never stop. No matter how many conspiracies the BJP does, it will not be able to stop the Yogshala of Delhi", Sisodia added in the same tweet. Meanwhile, on the last day of MCD campaign, Aam Aadmi Party star campaigners held roadshows in all 250 wards of Delhi. The party candidates campaigned across 500 areas of the capital on foot, holding Padyatras and received massive public support throughout. With 14,862 jansamvaads, nukkad sabhas, door-to-doors, padyatras, nukkad nataks, dance for democracy, magic shows, AAP tried to reach out to every citizen of Delhi. /IANS




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