On the day when Union Government lead by PM Narendra Modi is celebrating two years of governance at centre… Congress party is gearing up for local issue in the National Capital. Congress party has planned a day long events to counter Modi governments claims on growth and governance.
Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram held a press conference in Delhi and questioned the government on their promise on jobs. He also said that BJP allies are not participating in “Vikas Parv.”
“Where are the jobs? That’s the most notable failures of the Modi Govt. BJP ally Shiv Sena has not joined so called celebrations,infact they are critical,” said P Chidambaram.
In Delhi, targeting Aam Aadmi Party government and Union government, Rahul Gandi is leading a torch procession on Saturday evening to protest against power crises and water shortages faced people in Delhi.
Congresses protest comes after BJP workers protested in front of Kejriwal’s residence over the same issues.
Congress and BJP have been saying that Kejriwal government has been ignoring massive power outages in Delhi. They said that as long as five hours at a time in areas like Okhla, Lodhi Colony, Bhogal, Nizamuddin, Jangpura Extension, Masjid Moth, Malviya Nagaar, Kalkaji and parts of Lajpat Nagar and South Extension.
“The average demand for power in Delhi last week was 5,655 MW while the installed capacity in Delhi is only 2,917 MW. Average generation of power even from the installed capacity was only 898 MW last week, which meant that only 30.78 per of the installed capacity was being generated,” said Delhi Congress President Ajay Maken
He alleged that no effort was being made by both Delhi GENCO and the NTPC to generate 100 per cent of the installed capacity leading to “unregulated” power cuts.However, AAP government has said that Kejriwal government will take strict action against the power companies if they fail to resolve the issues leading to power cuts.
However, AAP government has said that Kejriwal government will take strict action against the power companies if they fail to resolve the issues leading to power cuts.
“I want to challenge Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi to debate with me on power and water crisis as his party is claiming. I also want to challenge Gandhi to speak on these two issues for half an hour during his party’s torchlight procession,” said Kapil Mishra in a recent conference.