New Delhi: In the national capital Delhi, there is a dispute between the Center and the Delhi government over the ‘Ghar-Ghar Ration Supply Scheme’. Referring to the letter sent by the Center today itself, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that it is very painful. Ghar Ghar Ration Scheme is in the national interest. Don’t quarrel over this.
He said, “It is not right to quarrel with everyone all the time – Twitter, Lakshadweep, Mamta didi, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Delhi government, farmers, traders, even the Chief Secretary of West Bengal. So much quarrel How will the country progress through politics all the time? Ghar Ghar Ration Scheme is in the national interest. Don’t quarrel over it.”
CM Kejriwal further said, “The letter from the Center has arrived. It hurt a lot. Due to this type, every household rejected the ration scheme – if the ration car got stuck in traffic or got damaged, how would the ration go to the third floor (21st century India reached the moon, you got stuck on the third floor), narrow How will you go in the street?
Manish Sisodia shared the letter
On the other hand, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia shared the letter sent by the Center on Twitter and wrote, “Interesting excuse of the Prime Minister’s Office to stop Arvind Kejriwal’s plan to bring home ration to the poor – people live in narrow streets, multi-storeyed How will the ration reach the homes, the ration car can get damaged, it can get stuck in traffic, someone will change his house, so the scheme will not be implemented.
to bring home the ration of the poor @ArvindKejriwal stop g’s plan @PMOIndia Interesting excuses of-
-People live in narrow streets
How will the ration reach the multi-storey houses?
– Ration train may break down, may get stuck in traffic
– someone will change his house
so the plan will not be implemented pic.twitter.com/NKYFiuCtV1
— Manish Sisodia (@msisodia) June 23, 2021
Let us inform that on June 17, the Aam Aadmi Party-led government had once again sent the file related to the door-to-door ration supply scheme to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal for approval.
Earlier this month, the CM Arvind Kejriwal government had claimed that the Lt Governor had rejected the scheme and said the Centre’s nod was not taken for it and a case is pending in the court in this regard.
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