New Delhi [India], Mar. 30 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday described Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as "power greedy" and accused it of looting the citizens of Delhi.
Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari told ANI, "The AAP government is just greedy for power. The citizens of Delhi had given a majority to AAP with lots of hopes, but in return, the former has looted the citizens of Delhi."
Tiwari further asserted that the citizens of Delhi are still facing severe water scarcity problem inspite of promises made to improve water supply by the AAP.
"The citizens of Delhi are still suffering because of shortage of water. The AAP Government has used 97 crores for the publicity outside Delhi," he added.
Resonating similar views, another BJP leader R.P. Singh accused the AAP Government of misusing public funds for their personal benefit.
"The AAP Government diverted Rs 90 crores from the building construction workers welfare fund for their personal benefits. They used that money in others states," Singh told ANI.
Singh further asserted that a very strong comment came on this from the Supreme Court and we hope that all the money will be recovered from AAP.
On April 22, Delhi will elect the 272 members of its municipal corporation. The municipal corporation, presently governed by the BJP, decides crucial matters such as health and sanitation. (ANI)