Delhi demolition: Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal targets BJP over anti-occupation

Condemning the anti-government crackdown in various parts of the city, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that if the bulldozers demolished the shops and houses of 6.3 million people in Delhi, which was considered illegal, it would be “the biggest destruction”. Independent India. In a meeting with Aam Aadmi Party legislators on the issue, Kejriwal told them that they should be prepared to go to jail for protesting against the anti-occupation campaign conducted by BJP-led municipal corporations in different parts of Delhi.

“They arrived in the colony with bulldozers and vandalized any shops and houses. Even when people show their documents that the structure is not illegal, they do not inspect them,” he said.

“Delhi was not planned. More than 60 per cent of Delhi can be said to be illegal and can be occupied. Does that mean you will destroy 70 per cent of Delhi?” He said in an online briefing.

He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was not the answer. Not compatible with the original map.

“That means 63 lakh people’s houses and shops will be bulldozed. This will be the biggest destruction in independent India,” he said.

Noting that the Aam Aadmi Party is against the occupation and wants Delhi to look beautiful, he said that demolition of houses and shops of 63 lakh people would not be tolerated.

“In the last 15 years, the BJP has been in power in the MCD and has taken money. Their term will expire on May 18. Do you have the constitutional power to make such a big decision. Let the election take place and let that party decide. Everyone knows that the AAP will come to power in the MCD.” Said.

He assured the people that AAP would solve the problem of occupation and people living in unauthorized colonies would get ownership rights.

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