Shouting "Modi, Modi" will not fill your bellies, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told a group of men who tried disrupting his rally by raising slogans in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Daily Archive: April 2, 2017
After promising to waive off property tax if voted to power in MCD, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday announced that the relief of low tariffs for water and electricity will be extended to tenants as well. He said those living in rented houses will also get free water and subsidised electricity if the AAP comes to power in the civic corporations. "Those staying in rented houses don’t get benefit of low water and electricity tariff. After municipal elections, we will make sure even they receive the benefit," Kejriwal tweeted.
Senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh was on Sunday slapped by a woman party worker who claimed she was not allowed to raise the issue of alleged corruption in poll ticket distribution in the party. Simran Bedi, a party volunteer from Rajouri Garden Assembly constituency, said she slapped Singh as the party did not allow her to raise the issue despite several attempts.
MCD polls: In another major promise, Arvind Kejriwal announces power subsidy for tenants if AAP elected to power
Ahead of the upcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in an attempt to woo voters, today announced that if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is elected to power, the party would extend power and water subsidies to tenants as well. While this is the second major poll promise made by the AAP supremo, earlier he had assured to abolish house tax, as the ruling party at Delhi government gears up to wrest control of the three BJP ruled Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCDs).
World Autism Awareness Day witnesses events across the globe that attempt to sensitise people towards the disorder and increase acceptance.
The Election Commission (EC) on Sunday hit back at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), saying it should "introspect" on its performance in the recently concluded assembly elections in Punjab instead of blaming the functioning of electronic voting machines (EVMs).
The leaders in BJP-ruled North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) presented their report card on the works carried out by it in the past five years.
The Election Commission on Saturday asked the Andhra Pradesh chief electoral officer to supervise by-elections in Madhya Pradesh after a controversy erupted over the malfunctioning of an electronic voting machine in the state.