Manoj Tiwari alleged, “Kejriwal is the biggest liar, corrupt and dishonest Chief Minister of the country. It is good to hear that 12 lakh jobs have been given but this is a false claim which is proved by the information given under the Right to Information (RTI) by his government.
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched a major attack on the Kejriwal government of Delhi. The BJP alleged that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is lying about his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government employing 12 lakh youth of the national capital. He claimed that only 440 people have been given jobs in Delhi since 2015 under the Right to Information Act. Speaking at a press conference, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari said that Kejriwal has claimed that his government has given 12 lakh jobs whereas since coming to power in 2015 only 440 people have been given jobs.
Kejriwal is the most dishonest Chief Minister of the country.
Manoj Tiwari alleged, “Kejriwal is the biggest liar, corrupt and dishonest Chief Minister of the country. It is good to hear that 12 lakh jobs have been given, but this is a false claim which is proved by the information given by his own government under Right to Information (RTI). Had promised that if AAP comes to power in the state, all the youth will be given employment. He claimed that his party provided employment to 12 lakh people in Delhi in seven years, while 28,000 people were given jobs in Punjab in one year.
"Could not give even a single job in the years 2019 to 2023"
BJP MLA Ajay Mahawar said that from 2015 to 2023, the AAP government in Delhi gave 440 jobs, including 176 in 2015, 102 in 2016, 66 in 2017, 68 in 2018 and 28 in 2019. Are included. He claimed that the Kejriwal government was not successful in providing a single job in the years 2019, 2021, 2022 and 2023. Mahawar said that till March 14, the number of candidates registered on the employment portal prepared by the Delhi government was 15,76,846, which increased to 15,91,328 the next day itself.
AAP calls the allegations 'ridiculous'
Meanwhile, the Aam Aadmi Party termed the allegations as 'ridiculous' and said the BJP leader was citing an RTI reply from the Directorate of Employment, which itself stated that they do not maintain government-wide and state-wide data on jobs created Are. In a statement issued here, AAP said that only about 13,000 people have been appointed on the post of bus marshals in Delhi. The party said that the Delhi government has already placed the details of 12 lakh jobs, including about two lakh government jobs, in the assembly.