A political battle is also taking place in the BJP and the AAP in the midst of the ongoing war against the Corona virus in Delhi. On this, Arvind Kejriwal spoke in the interview given to Aaj Tak.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday spoke to Aaj Tak on the issue of Corona virus crisis. During this, discussed the ongoing coordination with the central government, the Home Ministry being active in the Corona crisis. Arvind Kejriwal said that no one government can win from Corona, all have to come together.
On the credit war released in BJP and Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal said that it is my responsibility to Delhi, if you want to take credit then take it.
Arvind Kejriwal said that people gave us the responsibility of Delhi in the elections, as the head of the government, all responsibility is mine. If anything bad happens in Delhi, it is my responsibility. To overcome these problems, if one has to hold one’s feet, then I will also hold my feet.
Delhi CM said that I do not want any credit, credit for all good work and responsibility of all the shortcomings is on me. In this time we do not have to do politics, our aim is to save people’s lives.
Arvind Kejriwal, on the help received from the Central Government, admitted that when the work started on a war footing in June, the Center has helped him. Delhi CM said that we have sought the facility of PPE Kit, Testing Kit, Oxygen Kit, Railway Coach, Doctor and Nurse from the Central Government, and we have received help from the Central Government.
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On political rhetoric, Arvind Kejriwal said that no single government can fight Corona, when America has failed. CM said that we have to fight together keeping the political side. On the other hand, on the issue of home isolation, Kejriwal said that the problems of the Center were removed, we have removed them and now the rule has been implemented.
Let us tell you that the political battle between the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party was also fought in the ongoing war on the Corona virus in Delhi. Delhi BJP and AAP leaders were constantly accusing each other through social media and there was a race to take credit.