'Shameful subversion of democracy to protect chair': Kejriwal slams Modi, LG

New Delhi: Launching a fresh attack on the Lt Governor and the Centre, Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday charged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to reverse numerous decisions of the AAP government through Najeeb Jung and remove DCW chief Swati Maliwal who, he claimed, will be "arrested" soon.

Kejriwal's outburst on microblogging site Twitter came a day after Jung said that he was in the process of overturning and rectifying "illegal decisions" taken by the AAP government following the 4 August Delhi High Court verdict.

Kejriwal claimed the Lt Governor and the Centre wanted to "reverse" numerous decisions of public importance, including the decision to increase minimum wages and holding discoms accountable for unscheduled outages, among other measures.

He said Najeeb Jung was "subverting" democracy to protect his "chair".

On the CAG row, the Delhi Chief Minister said the auditor "vehemently refuses" to audit advertisement expenses of centre and other states.

While on the DCW row he accused them of deliberately targeting DCW chief Swati Maliwal.

Kejriwal even brought forth the muhallah clinic issue:

Neither did he hold back at accusing Lt Governor over increase in minimum wages in Delhi-

Further, he took up the issue of power cuts with the Lt Governor and Prime Minsiter Modi:

Referring to Jung's statement on 'bare minimum' intervention, Kejriwal retorted:

Kejriwal further tried to gighlight one positive aspect that the Prime Minister or the LG had ushered in:

Kejriwal did not even spare Congress in his attacks:

Updated Date: Aug 27, 2016 14:17 PM

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