Delhi controversy heats up MP’s political corridors
   Date :18-May-2024

Delhi controversy heats 
By Bhavana ‘Aparajita’ Shukla
Chief Minister Dr Mohan Yadav, who is on campaigning trail in Uttar Pradesh and recently in Delhi taking on arch rival Congress and now Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), made a scathing attack on AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal. His statement drew sharp reactions in Madhya Pradesh. Dr Mohan Yadav in a scathing attack on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that he owes an apology to the voters of Delhi. Yadav rebuked him and said that the people of Delhi would not easily forgive the leaders and office-bearers of AAP He was referring to a recent incident in which one of the aides of the Delhi Chief Minister allegedly misbehaved with Swati Maliwal, former Chairperson of Delhi Women’s Commission. Kejriwal is already in a legal battle and is facing ‘corruption’ charges. He recently walked out of Tihar Jail after an interim bail granted by teh Supreme Court.
Despite this, Kejriwal has steadfastly refused to resign. Yadav pointed out that women are revered as goddesses in India, making any attack on them or misbehaving with them is reprehensible. Meanwhile, political landscape in Delhi remains contentious, in Madhya Pradesh the Congress Committee Spokesperson Mukesh Nayak said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is now embroiled in dirty politics in the national capital. Following their (BJP’s) successful toppling of Kamal Nath Government in Madhya Pradesh in 2020, the BJP now faces scrutiny. On June 4, the truth will prevail and BJP will face consequences not only in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan but in Delhi too, Nayak said.