The Ministers of the party, including Party Chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia addressed the public and took their questions live to mark the completion of three years.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday attacked the Centre's Narendra Modi government by alleging that the BJP was interested in keeping the masses uneducated so that they could only sell pakodas, fried Indian snacks.
"Number of students in government schools have seen a downfall compared to what it was in 2013 during, while the number of students who passed the board exams has also seen a fall", she said.
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Tiwari said while the condition of hospitals had deteriorated, the much-touted Mohalla clinics suffered from lack of doctors and necessary infrastructure.
He also said that 900 Mohalla Clinics would be ready soon and 120 polyclinics would be ready in some months. "But, we are repairing roads and landscaping those roads over 100 feet in width", he said.
Speaking to a crowd of MLAs and officers on Wednesday, Mr. Kejriwal said Delhiites had undertaken an experiment three years ago by choosing "next door neighbours" and discarding existing parties.
His deputy Manish Sisodia said the government has opened 14 new colleges.
In today's meeting, the chief minister expressed displeasure over the attitude of officers in clearing the advertisement, sources said.