New Delhi, Feb 3 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a blatant attack on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) regime, on Monday, said that 'people of national capital are still waiting for the Lokpal', which was the main plank of the seven-year old party in the 2013 assembly elections. "For the first time, the nation got Lokpal.
Although the people of the country got the Lokpal, but the people of Delhi are still waiting. Such a big movement, such big things, what happened to them all." he said, in an apparent reference to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, while addressing an election rally here at Karkarduma. He accused the Delhi government of not letting Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana be implemented. "Till this Govt is in power in Delhi they will continue to put obstacles in welfare work.
They don't know anything except playing politics", he charged. Referring to last year's General elections, where in Bharatiya Janata Party was able to win all seven seats in Delhi NCR, Prime Minister asserted that the vote of Delhiites helped change the country maintaining "now their vote will change and modernize the national capital, make it safe, make people's lives easier". (UNI)