Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s first directive from ED custody: Solve water, sewer issues | India News


NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal issued his first directive regarding water and sewer issues in certain parts of the national capital while being in ED custody.
Delhi water minister Atishi, who received Kejriwal’s instructions late Saturday, said it brought tears to her eyes to see Kejriwal’s commitment amidst his own challenges during a press conference.
Kejriwal directed the deployment of additional water tankers in areas facing shortages as summer approaches. Atishi further mentioned Kejriwal’s directives to involve the chief secretary and seek assistance from Lt Governor VK Saxena if required, expecting full cooperation from them.


“Arvind Kejriwal does not consider himself just the chief minister of the people of Delhi, he considers every resident of Delhi as a member of his family. So being a son, an elder brother, even in custody he is worried 24 hours a day about his family of 2 crore people of Delhi. He is thinking only about the people of Delhi,” said Atishi in a post on X.

Delhi minister Saurabh Bharadwaj also hit back at BJP in another press conference. He said that we have provided enough proof that BJP received Rs 60 crore from Sharat Reddy but no action has been taken yet.
“BJP took around Rs 60 crore donations from kingpin of excise policy case – Sharat Chandra Reddy. This isn’t an allegation. We have shown the proof. BJP took Rs 55 crore of donations from Sharat Chandra Reddy after arresting him (in excise policy case) and, surprisingly, they haven’t said a word on this,” said Bharadwaj.
The Aam Aadmi chief was apprehended by the Enforcement Directorate on Thursday regarding a money-laundering case linked to Delhi excise policy. He will remain in ED custody until March 28 as per the court’s decision on Friday.


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