New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday provided tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Raj Ghat earlier than beginning his day-long pooja for the “betterment of the nation”. Kejriwal had on Tuesday mentioned he’ll pray for the nation on Holi as he claimed these doing good work are being arrested whereas these looting the nation are getting away.
Addressing a digital press convention, he had mentioned he was nervous in regards to the state of affairs within the nation. Delhi’s well being and schooling sectors had been ignored for 65 years earlier than Manish Sisodia and Satyendra Jain turned issues round with their exhausting work and ensured high quality schooling and healthcare to the poor, he had mentioned.
However Prime Minister Narendra Modi has “imprisoned these (Jain and Sisodia) doing good work for the nation, whereas these looting it are being embraced”, the chief minister had mentioned.
“I’ll meditate and pray on Holi for the betterment of the nation. In case you additionally really feel the prime minister isn’t doing the precise factor, you also needs to pray for the nation after celebrating the pageant,” the chief minister had mentioned.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal pays tribute on the Rajghat. He had introduced yesterday that he’ll meditate at present and never have a good time Holi in wake of the arrests of get together’s leaders Satyendar Jain and Manish Sisodia.
(Pic: CM Arvind Kejriwal’s workplace) pic.twitter.com/MsGA4Op9zF
— ANI (@ANI) March 8, 2023
Sisodia was arrested by the CBI in reference to the Delhi excise coverage case on February 26 and was despatched to judicial custody on Monday. Jain was arrested in Might final yr by the ED in reference to a cash laundering case. Each of them lately resigned from the Delhi cupboard.
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