BJP accuses Kejriwal of doing 'drama' on odd even issue, attacks him in LS
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday again came under attack in Lok Sabha on the odd-even issue.
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday again came under attack in Lok Sabha on the odd-even issue, with a BJP member accusing him of spreading "anarchy" in the national capital by deliberately delaying decisions on key issues.
Raising the issue during zero hour, Ramesh Bidhuri accused Kejriwal of doing "drama" for the sake of politics and not being bothered about the growing pollution in Delhi and growing congestion on the roads.
Alleging that the Chief Minister has been delaying the fourth phase of the Metro rail which should have started in January, Bidhuri said that Kejriwal was delaying decision on certain key files that would facilitate smooth traffic in South Delhi and adjoining areas.
Suggesting that the Chief Minister was deliberately delaying decisions on certain issue, he wanted the Centre to act unilaterally in the interest of people of Delhi. "It should do something against the Chief Minister", he said amid support from his party colleagues.
Secret British-era tunnel connecting Delhi Legislative Assembly to Red Fort found; check details here
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said while there is no clarity about the history of the tunnel, it was used by the British to move Indian freedom fighters without encountering any obstacles
Delhi rains: National Capital records highest rainfall this season since 1964; IMD issues orange alert
Delhi's September rainfall has breached the 400 mm mark. At 403 mm till Thursday afternoon, it is the highest precipitation in the month since 1944.
The weather department has also predicted enhance rainfall activity for other states over the weekend