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“What’s wrong in providing free water, education?”: Arvind Kejriwal slams Modi-led union govt

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has attacked BJP over the issue of free electricity, water and treatment. There are nine countries in the world where health facilities are completely free. There are 16 countries where unemployment allowance is given. Today it has been 75 years of independence and we are not able to provide free electricity-water and education-health facilities to the people. Kejriwal said, those who call it Rewdi culture and free culture, they are real traitors. Those who waive the loans of industrialists are real traitors.

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Attacking the central government, Kejriwal said that they have imposed GST on food items across the country. But he has waived the tax of some people of the country. Kejriwal said that there are 39 countries of the world which give free and good education to their children. Arvind Kejriwal said that waiving bank loans of friends should be declared a traitor to the country. A law should be made for this.

Mr Kejriwal questioned why should only ministers get free electricity and not ordinary citizens. “What’s wrong in providing free water, free education?” he asked, and attacked the Centre for calling them freebies while writing off massive corporate debts.

The Chief Minister of Delhi said that earlier they (Congress) used to do this work and now BJP people do this work. There should be an inquiry as to how many donations those people whose loans they have waived have given to their party. Strict action should be taken. In this country there is a party which does familism and another party which does friendship. Today we take a pledge that within this country we will end the family dispute, end friendship and bring Indianism.

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