Gearing up for the assembly elections in Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) trained guns at one another over subsidised power supply in the city. Delhi is likely to go for Assembly polls in early-2020. Subsidised power bills was one of the major poll planks of the AAP in 2015.
“The BJP leaders have never made any demand to withdraw power bill subsidy given by the Centre to member of Parliaments. But they are opposed to the same benefits when they are provided to the common people of Delhi,” said Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is also the national convener of the AAP.
He further said, “They get 4,000 units of free power in a month and oppose when it comes to 200 units for the common man. Now it is easier for people to chose between two conflicting models of growth.” Read More
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