AAP Govt to allocate max budget on education and health sector: Kejriwal

Kejriwal govt highlights dev works in 3 years Oppn BJP Cong corner AAP over its'promises

Kejriwal govt highlights dev works in 3 years Oppn BJP Cong corner AAP over its'promises

The pakoda jokes have dominated the public discourse ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a channel that selling pakodas and earning Rs 200 a day was also a part of his job creation initiatives.

Terming his Government as "honest Government", Kejriwal said in the last three years since his Government came to power, cases of corruption in the national Capital have come down.

But the BJP and the Congress attacked Chief Minister Kejriwal, accusing his government of being indulged in corruption.

Kejriwal and Sisodia pointed out the achievements of the Government over the three years along with future goals and obstacles they had to face over the years.

He said 16 to 17 bills passed by the Delhi Assembly were pending with the central government.

The AAP government today organised a programme to mark its three years in office, where Kejriwal and his cabinet ministers highlighted their work and fielded questions from social media users and through telephone calls.

On Health sector, he said by the end of this year, additional 3,000 beds in Delhi Government hospitals will be ready and by the next year 2,500 beds will be ready. Kejriwal said that measure like landscaping to be adopted to curb pollution. "We will try to complete roads and drains in the Kachhi colonies in the next one year", he said.

He said just 10 per cent of the work was done vis-a-vis construction of Mohalla Clinics and polyclinics. He said that 14 new colleges have been opened. Holding the government's dream was to have people from private schools coming to government schools, he also said the government was working to provide good quality education to the 26 lakh students of the city.

Answering a student's question for a message on Valentine's Day, the Chief Minister said: "Hate can not be answered with hate. People have to collectively stand against divisive politics".

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