New Delhi, Feb 4 : Delhi BJP state president, Manoj Tiwari on Tuesday termed the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) manifesto as a 'bundle of lies' for the Delhi Assembly elections, and said that it is not worth discussing as it contains the same old promises.
Addressing the mediapersons, Mr Tiwari said,'AAP's manifesto is clearly telling that in the last five years, the party has failed completely. The 2020 Manifesto is again promising to bring Janlokpal Bill and Swaraj, and the same was promised in the manifesto of the 2015 assembly elections.' On this occasion, Union Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan, former Union Minister and Rajya Sabha MP Vijay Goel, National Media Co-head Sanjay Mayukh, Pradesh Vice President Shazia Ilmi, Pradesh Media Co-Incharge Neelkant Bakshi and Media Head Ashok Goel Devraha were present.
He said that the AAP's manifesto is a copy paste of the 70 promises made in 2015. 'By promising cleanliness of the Yamuna, the AAP has proved that the Yamuna River has become more polluted in five years. The AAP has not yet woken up, even today, are talking about regularising unauthorised colonies or 'Jahan Jhuggi Wahan Makan',' he said. 'Under the leadership of Narendra Modi government, both these works are being done fast and ownership of houses being given. Millions of people have registered on the DDAs portal for it. Arvind Kejriwal, who talked about the permanent job for contract employees, fired many people in five years.
Mr Kejriwal is promising job guarantee, copying BJP's 'Sankalp Patra'. The manifesto of AAP is testifying that the party never does what it says nor did anything in five years,' he said. Dr Harsh Vardhan said that the AAP and Mr Kejriwal are thinking that by removing from the website the 70 promises they had made in the last assembly will again cheat the people of Delhi. "Not a single one of the 70 promises was fulfilled, so some of those promises have been written in the manifesto of 2020 and some of the BJP's Sankal Patra were repeated, but the people of Delhi know that the AAP has not done anything on pollution, did not do any work for cleaning Yamuna, nor for clean water nor for the sanitation staff."(UNI)