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BJP a party of greedy people, not Hindus, says Kejriwal

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New Delhi, Oct 17 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday hit out at the BJP, saying it claims to be a party of the Hindus, but it is actually a party of people greedy for power and money.

A day after launching AAP’s poll campaign in Gujarat, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today attacked the BJP government in the state for use of force during the Patel agitation, terming it as a party full of “greedy people” for which it will not spare even its own.

In a scathing Facebook post, Kejriwal said, contrary to its claim, BJP was not a champion of Hindus, referring to the death of Patidar youth during last year’s agitation and the recent assault on Dalits in Una.

“BJP says it is a party of the Hindus. But it fired on Patel boys last year. Those boys were Hindus. If BJP is a party of the Hindus so why did it kill Hindu boys? Few months ago, in Una district, BJP got Dalit youth beaten up.

“The truth is that BJP is not a party of the hindus. BJP is a party full of people greedy of money and power for which it will not spare even its own,” Kejriwal said.

Addressing the AAP’s first rally in Gujarat yesterday, the AAP chief attacked BJP president Amit Shah, equating him with “General Dyer” and tried wooing the Patidar community by calling Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel a “patriot”.

“I want to ask, what is the fault of Hardik Patel? Why sedition charge was slapped against him? I would like to say that there is no bigger patriot than Hardik Patel and there is no bigger traitor than General Dyer,” Kejriwal had said, referring to Shah.

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New law to curb air pollution in Delhi-NCR: Rs 1 cr fine, 5-year jail

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New Delhi, 29 Oct : The Centre has issued an ordinance, making pollution an offence with a jail term, which can go up to 5 years and a penalty up to Rs 1 crore. The ordinance, was issued on Wednesday night after the approval of the President.

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Delhi records season’s worst air day, AQI mounts to 304

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New Delhi, 13 Oct : The air quality index of the national capital turned foul and mounted to ‘very poor’ category at 304 on Tuesday morning, with northwest district recording the most polluted air, according to the Central pollution Board’s data.

Tuesday was the season’s worst air day so far.

The air pollution reaches a crescendo in Delhi-NCR every winter, when pollution from stubble burning combines with the suspended water droplets in the lower atmosphere to form a thick blanket of noxious smog, thus creating health hazards for the residents.

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Situation in Delhi under control after COVID-19 lockdown 4 : Arvind Kejriwal

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New Delhi, 25 May : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday (May 25, 2020) said that the situation in the national capital is under control and his government is ready to deal with any kind of situation that comes in front of them.

Kejriwal, also stressed that even after several relaxations given in the fourth phase of COVID-19-induced lockdown the number of cases didn’t see any unusual rise.

Addressing an online media briefing, Kejriwal informed that around 3,500 COVID-19 cases were reported since the fourth-phase of the lockdown began.

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