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Kejriwal wasted crores on false advertisements: Manoj Tiwari

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The on Saturday accused the in of "new gimmicks" to mislead the people and alleged that Chief Minister Kejriwal has wasted crores of taxpayers money on false advertisements.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Chief Manoj Tiwari said: "The falsehood of the Kejriwal is being exposed gradually. Kejriwal was till a few days ago making tall claims about his government's achievements but after the loss in civic polls he is now playing new gimmicks to mislead the people."

Taking a dig at Kejriwal, Tiwari said the Chief Minister himself admitted to shortage of medicines after inspecting the hospitals.

"Today (Saturday) he also found deficiency in the services of the anganwadi," Tiwari said.

He also said the Kejriwal claimed about providing free medicines and best anganwadi service in the country through advertisements in various newspapers.

"People want to know from Kejriwal that when he has himself admitted about irregularities in the hospitals and anganwadi services then why has he wasted crores on false advertisements?" he asked.

Tiwari's remarks came after the Chief Minister on Saturday paid a surprise visit to several anganwadi centres in Earlier on Friday, he made a surprise visit to the hospitals in

Slamming Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia over his recommendation to remove Director of Information and Publicity Jaidev Sarangi, Tiwari said, "When the CBI was investigating the 'Talk to AK' matter, Sisodia's recommendation to remove the DIP for not obeying his arbitrary orders shows his egotism."

Tiwari, who represents the northeast constituency of in Lok Sabha, said that Sisodia had not recommended Sarangi's removal for denying the Facebook live programme.

"But the real cause of removal was his refusal to issue advertisements with jugglery of data of board examination results," he alleged.



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First Published: Sat, June 17 2017. 20:48 IST