AAP and Centre play blame game as Delhi faces major health crisis


Aam Aadmi Party Convenor Arvind Kejriwal along with his party members is currently in Punjab for the meeting.  AAP and BJP have started blaming each other as the city is facing huge health crisis in the city.  

AAP has censured Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and metropolitan companies for absence of preventive measures while the Delhi government is confronting allegations of being careless over the rising number of Chikungunya cases.

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Boss Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who came back from Punjab on Monday, said L-G Najeeb Jung and PM Narendra Modi ought to be addressed over the issue as forces rested with them. "CM n min left wid no force now, even to purchase a pen. LG n PM appreciate all forces wrt Del.

LG abroad. Question them for Del, (sic)" he tweeted. While his Cabinet clergyman, Kapil Mishra, asserted that the Delhi government was forced to bear a criminal connivance as a component of which the L-G intentionally sent the wellbeing secretary on a 12-day clear out.

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"This is a criminal trick against the general population of Delhi. To begin with, the wellbeing secretary was exchanged notwithstanding (Deputy CM) Manish Sisodia's solicitation not to do as such. At that point the individual who sat on the record of Chinese Manjha boycott for six days was made the new Secretary. He declined to meet Health Minister Satyendar Jain consistently since being designated. And afterward the L-G intentionally sent him on a leave of 15 days and vanished himself.

Where did he go?" Mishra addressed. Water Minister asserts that Principal Health Secretary Chandraker Bharti is on leave till September 16. His leave was authorized by the L-G office on September 6. "Nobody knows where the chairmen, councilors, the seven MPs and India's Health Minister are. Medication was not showered, misting was not attempted," he said.

For all intents and purposes, the whole Delhi Cabinet is lost from activity as pastors including Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain, Gopal Rai and Imran Hussain are out of station. While the CM is booked to experience a throat operation in Bengaluru on Tuesday, his appointee Sisodia is in Finland to study its training framework. Jain, who holds the Health portfolio, was visiting survey bound Goa and came back to Delhi on Tuesday evening. Rai is in Chhattisgarh and Hussain is on Haj journey.

Just Water priest Kapil Mishra was positioned in Delhi and was taking inquiries from media. Delhi wellbeing priest Satyendra Jain, who returned from Goa, focused on the L-G and MCDs for the absence of preventive measures before the onset of the Monsoon.

"The obligation of checking and anticipating dengue, intestinal sickness and chikungunya lies with the MCD. We had called an extraordinary Assembly session to examine the corrupting condition as it appeared that the partnerships are deliberately attempting to lead the Capital into a scourge," said Jain.

Faulting the MCD, Jain said the L-G and the focal government ought to be addressed for the continuous wellbeing emergency. "Two MCD leaders are out of Delhi, ask them for what good reason? Their exclusive work is to guarantee cleanliness," Satyendra Jain said.

The civil pioneers, be that as it may, said while their duty was constrained to the anticipation of the vector-borne illnesses, all endeavors are being made to contain it. Subhash Arya, pioneer of house, South Delhi Municipal Corporation, said a few endeavors to meet the Delhi government pastors to talk about the wellbeing condition in Delhi fizzled because of their nonattendance from the city.

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