New Delhi: A new dispute has started between the Kejriwal government of Delhi and the BJP. BJP and Aam Aadmi Party are at loggerheads over an alleged oxygen report. Both the parties are accusing each other of lying. BJP has quoted a report that when the corona epidemic was at its peak, the Kejriwal government demanded four times more oxygen than it needed. At the same time, the Kejriwal government has said that there is no such report.
BJP leaders claim that this report has been issued by the committee constituted by the Supreme Court. In which it has been said that during the Corona crisis, Delhi’s need for oxygen was only 289 metric tons, but the Kejriwal government demanded four times more, 1140 metric tons of oxygen. BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra said in a press conference that due to Arvind Kejriwal’s lies, oxygen supply was disrupted in 12 states as oxygen had to be cut off from all places and sent to Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal has committed this heinous crime, for this he should be convicted in the Supreme Court.
Sambit Patra also said, "The Kejriwal government told the Supreme Court that they calculated oxygen according to the guidelines of ICMR. But when the committee constituted by the Supreme Court asked Arvind Kejriwal for a copy of the ICMR guidelines, he raised his hands. This means Arvind Kejriwal lied in the Supreme Court."
after all, what is the truth of this claim of oxygen report?
After Sambit Patra, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia accused BJP of lying at a press conference. The Deputy Chief Minister said, there is no such report at all. BJP is lying. Oxygen Audit Committee members have not approved any report yet, so where did this report come from.
Manish Sisodia also challenged BJP. Sisodia said, "There is no such report quoting the so-called report of BJP leaders abusing Arvind Kejriwal. This report has been made sitting in the BJP office. We spoke to several members of the audit committee, they all say that they have not signed any report. I challenge the BJP leaders to come out with the report which has been approved by the members of the Oxygen Audit Committee."