Black flags in hands and women screaming… What kind of ruckus is this in AAP’s rally? Kejriwal and PM Modi both on target
Anganwadi workers showed black flags to Kejriwal during Kejriwal’s Nukkad Sabha. Delhi’s Anganwadi workers are constantly demanding an increase in allowance, but when there was no hearing on this from the government, women Anganwadi workers reached in front of Kejriwal and started shouting slogans showing black flags.
New Delhi: In view of the MCD Election, the political temperature is high in the country’s capital Delhi these days. There is a fierce fight-back between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the BJP (BJP). Meanwhile, there was further stir in the politics of Delhi on Sunday, when some women reached Arvind Kejriwal’s public meeting with black flags in their hands. The surprising thing is that along with Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, these women also appeared angry with the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Actually these women belong to the State Anganwadi Workers and Helpers Union. These women showed black flags to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who was campaigning in Delhi’s Paharganj area. These women demanded Kejriwal to increase the allowance. Women say that they have been demanding salary hike from the Delhi government for the last two years but no action is being taken.
Expressed displeasure against PM Modi as well
These women did not appear angry with the Delhi government itself. These women also expressed anger against PM Modi. Slogans against PM Modi were also written in the placards seen on their hands. The Anganwadi workers said that their demands are being ignored even by the Central Government. He said that he is constantly pleading with the Delhi Government and the Central Government regarding his demands, but no action is being taken. The protesters said, ‘Delhi MCD elections have got an opportunity to raise the demands. It is expected that the government will pay attention to us.
Do not vote for those who stop development works in Delhi.
Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday asked the residents of the national capital not to vote for those who want to stall development and welfare work in. The city in the upcoming municipal elections. At a campaign rally for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) in central Delhi’s Paharganj. He talked about his government’s efforts in building schools and hospitals as well as providing free electricity and water. However he lamented that the government could not do much to improve cleanliness in the city. He said, “It is the responsibility of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.”