In an attack on the Delhi chief minister, AIMIM chief Owaisi said that Arvind Kejriwal was ‘chota recharge’.
AIMIM has fielded 15 of its candidates in Delhi Municipal Corporation Elections in different Assembly wards of Delhi. Addressing his party’s public rallies in the national capital, Asaddudin Owaisi said these several MCD wards were not paid attention and that these areas were not developed.
“Go to Gujarat, go to Delhi’s Seelampur… neither development takes place in these areas, nor are schools built,” Owaisi said.
In an attack on the Delhi chief minister, Owaisi said that Arvind Kejriwal was ‘chota recharge‘. He also slammed the previous governments and said that no one worked for the development of Delhi.
“Neither schools were built nor cleanliness was implemented,” he said.
He attacked the Delhi CM over defaming Tablighi Jamaat and said that it was Kejriwal who pinned the onus of Covid-19 spread on Tablighi Jamaat.
"You defamed Tablighi Jamaat. During the Corona period, Kejriwal defamed the whole world that if Corona increased, Tablighi Jamaat was responsible for spreading it," Owaisi said.
Owaisi raised the issue of the 2020 Delhi riots. People’s houses kept burning but the chief minister was missing, the AIMIM chief said. He also raised the issue of anti-CAA protests at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh and said it was the same Kejriwal who had said, give me the Police for a day and he would get Shaheen Bagh vacated in a day.
Owaisi further attacked Kejriwal and questioned his alleged silence over several issues. He said, “What did Kejriwal say on the issue of burqa, ask Kejriwal, on Uniform Civil Code, ask Kejriwal what your stand is. What did Kejriwal say on burqa? Will he not speak on Biklis Bano (release of 11 convicts)?”
He also raised the issue of Umar Khalid who was jailed for violence around the anti-CAA and NRC protests. Owaisi said that his wife was pleading, via videos, to the authorities to give food to her husband but ‘Kejriwal is getting his minister oiled in jail’.
250 seats of the Muncipal Corporation of Delhi will go on polls on December 4.