New Delhi: Asked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday why Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asked the government to shut down the rationing scheme, the Prime Minister appealed for the implementation of the scheme in the national interest.
He urged the country to implement the scheme in the wake of Kovid-19 to prevent ration shops from becoming infected. Kejriwal questioned why rations should not be delivered to the doorstep, such as pizza, burgers, smart phones and clothes.
He alleged that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had to compete with the central government in every issue, including the Maharashtra, Delhi and Jharkhand government, peasants and lakhs of people.
People are tired of fighting with the central government in everything. He said in an online speech, “How can Kovid control if we fight like this?” Kejriwal said the ration delivery scheme does not require central government approval, but has been requested five times to prevent any dispute.
The Delhi government on Saturday said that the deputy governor had rejected the implementation of the plan, which had to be approved by the central government.
With this project, the power full ration mafia in Delhi will end. Arvind Kejriwal, who asked if you stand with the raft mafia and who stands for the poor, said the scheme aims to benefit 72 lakh people in the national capital.