What Kejriwal Said in the Digital Conference
Calling the door-to-door delivery of ration a “revolutionary step,” Kejriwal asked Modi why the central government stopped the scheme just two days before its rollout.
Saying that the Delhi government has taken the central government’s approval five times, even though legally, Kejriwal claims, there is no need for this approval.
Kejriwal further questioned, “If pizza, burgers, smartphones and clothes can be delivered at home, then why can’t ration be delivered at people’s doorstep?”
He also maintained that the court case by ration shop owners had asked for a stay on the scheme and the high court refused. Further, it was claimed that the central government itself did not raise any objections in the court.
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