While crying for shortage of money, Kejriwal utilises only 30% of allotted funds

“Failing miserably to deliver its promises, Arvind Kejriwal led, AAP government has always been crying for shortage of funds. But Delhi is lagging behind not because of lack of funds but because of lack of intentions as the AAP government utilised only 30% of the utilised funds.”


 In the run-up to assembly polls in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had made huge promises but it failed miserably after coming to power. It failed to deliver any of the promises with regard to infrastructural development such as building roads, bridges and schools. Ironically, AAP has utilised only about 30 per cent of the allotted funds.

False Propaganda

Now, the Delhi government has been professing the false propaganda of claiming to save in terms of expenditure but it is conveniently hiding the fact that two third of the annual development funds was unutilized in the National capital and for the entire year Kejriwal was witnessed making lame excuse of scarcity of funds. This raises serious question on their intentions while spelling out a sad commentary on the efficiency& planning of AAP government

Resources diverted to self-glorification


It must be noted here that Delhi government had earmarked massive Rs 526 crores for self-glorification. Going all out on self –promotion Aam Aadmi Party had been seen spending crores of rupees in highlighting achievement of Delhi government. All the energy & resources of Delhi government was channelized in adverting campaign and in a sorry state of affairs the AAP government completely ignored the interests of people of Delhi.

It was only because of Kejriwal government’s lack of intentions and negligence that Delhi lagged behind. The fact the Delhi government only 30% of the total allotted funds for development works proves the point.


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