On the third death anniversary of former Delhi Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Congress workers, led by Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ch. Anil Kumar, paid floral tribute at her portrait at the DPCC office, Rajiv Bhawan, here today. A large number of Congress workers and leaders, including Ch. Anil Kumar, also attended a function organized at the residence of Smt. Sheila Dikshit at Nizamuddin to pay homage to her.
DPCC lawns as Smt. Sheila Dikshit had taken various steps to keep Delhi green and clean, and protect the environment, with her proactive policies. Prominent among those present were Sheila Dikishit Ji’s son, ex-MP Shri Sandeep Dikshit, Chairman of the DPCC Communications Department and ex-MLA Shri Anil Bhardwaj, ex-MLAs Harishankar Gupta, Amrish Gautam and Jaswant Rana, Vice-Chairman of the DPCC Communications Department Shri Parvez Alam, Dr Naresh Kumar, Delhi Sewa Dal chief organizer Sunil Kumar, Naresh Sharma Neetu, district and block presidents, and leaders of Mahila Congress, Youth Congress, Sewa Dal and NSUI.
Ch. Anil Kumar said that while the Sheila Dikshit Government worked with clear-cut plans and policy initiatives, the Kejriwal Government was fooling the people with empty promises with a political agenda. He said that the Kejrwal Government has no plans for the development of Delhi as it has not fulfilled any of the promises made in its manifesto. He said that the schools and hospitals built by the Congress Government contributed to the development of Delhi, and if Delhi could somewhat manage the Covid-19 crisis at its peak, it was only due to the infrastructure created by the Congress Government about which Chief Minister Kejriwal was now taking credit as the so-called “Delhi model”
Delhi never faced unemployment, and people from all across Delhi used to come to Delhi for jobs, but there was a reverse kind of migration now, as there were no jobs to be had with all the development works having come to a total halt, and businesses having suffering losses and closures due to the regressive policies of the Kejriwal Government, which never extended any help when the Covid-19 pandemic ruined the economy, businesses,