The leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, claimed Friday that the Goa government had built a helipad for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit within 24 hours, but that there had been no bus stop for 20 years. next to the location.
During a press conference in Panaji, Mr Kejriwal claimed that the BJP-led state government had no intention of development.
The state assembly polls scheduled for February 14 were no ordinary election, it was Goa’s chance to change. This election could change the present and future of Goa, he said.
Mr Kejriwal claimed that the state government has no intention for development and said that when Prime Minister Modi came to Goa on Thursday, a brand new helipad was built for him within 24 hours.
“We don’t criticize him, but we saw an irony. The irony of the matter is that a bus stop was to be built right next to the Prime Minister’s helipad site, and it hasn’t been there for 20 years,” the AAP said. -leader.
The AAP wants to assure Goans that when a government plans, it can do anything it wants, he said.
The Delhi Chief Minister further said that Congress and the BJP had done nothing for Goa. “The people of Goa had given the Congress 27 years and the BJP 15 years. These parties did nothing for Goa as a whole. Rather, they only worked together to loot the state,” said Mr Kejriwal.
Goa’s roads are in a state of disrepair, there is a water shortage, electricity is out, children are out of work and health and education services have collapsed, he claimed.
The AAP leader further claimed that nothing will get better in Goa.
“They plan to do nothing for the next five years. They come only to loot Goa,” he added.
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