Deora posted a video of Arvind Kejriwal listing out achievements of the AAP government, he said Delhi managed to double its revenues to ₹60,000 crores
New Delhi: As many Congress leaders congratulated Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his third consecutive victory in the recent assembly elections. Meanwhile, Milind Deora respecting Aam Aadmi party a step ahead by showing appreciation on it in a late-night tweet on Sunday.
Deora posted a video of Arvind Kejriwal listing out achievements of the AAP government, he said Delhi managed to double its revenues to ₹60,000 crores and maintained a revenue surplus over the past five years.
Milind Deora’s post got retweeted for 2,700 and over 11,000 likes. Kejriwal, who took oath as Delhi CM for the third time on Sunday. He was also quick to retweet the video that came amid growing criticism that his party won the elections because of its welfare such as free electricity, water and bus rides.
But Deora’s open appreciation for the rival party, as expected, did not go down with his colleagues. Senior Congress leader Ajay Maken lashed out Milind Deora by questioning him to “leave Congress” and not propagate “half-baked facts.”
Maken tweeted and said “Brother, you want to leave Congress India-Please do-Then to propagate half baked facts!
He added, let me share even lesser know facts-1997-98-BE (Revenue) 4,073cr2013-14-BE (Revenue) 37,459cr. During Congress Government Grew at 14.87% CAGR2015-16 BE 41,1292019-20 BE 60,000AAP Gov 9.90% CAGR,”.
Deora’s appreciation for the AAP comes days after he criticized Congress Delhi-in charge PC Chacko for blaming Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit for the party’s embarrassing performance in the recent Assembly elections in the national capital.
“Dikshit was an extraordinary politician and administrator. During her regime as CM, Delhi was transformed and Congress was stronger than ever. Unfortunately, we see her being blamed after her death. She dedicated her life to Congress, India and the people of Delhi,” Deora had tweeted, on Chacko’s statement.
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