Chandigarh: A senior leader of BJP’s Punjab unit from Amritsar, Subhash Sharma on Thursday shot off a letter to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, asking about his agenda for youth of Punjab, which the AAP was scheduled to release on June 3.
The letter reads: “I read in the newspapers about your plans to declare an agenda for youth of Punjab on July 3. I am glad that you thought for youths like me, but there are certain questions and apprehensions in my mind which doesn’t allow me to take any word of yours on face value.”“You promised moon to our friends in Delhi, and in the last 17 months of your rule, you could not deliver on a single point. You used the emotions of youth in Delhi, and in these months they not only feel cheated but also have a feeling of despair,” it reads further. Going ahead, Sharma writes: “I read the promises for youth in AAP’s election manifesto of 2015 elections, please help us -the youth of Punjab-understand how you fared. I am also aware of your habits of using foul language, and modus operandi of shoot and scoot, but it would be enlightening for us, if you can reply to my letter.”
The BJP leader questions Kejriwal about his promise to make Delhi -a drug free state and also to set up new modern drug de-addiction centers there. “Punjab for last so many decades, battled with menace of terrorism, alcoholism and abuse of contraband. Your own leaders have audacity to attend press conferences, religious functions and even parliament sessions in inebriated mode, why should youth of Punjab trust your words on drugs?”he questioned the AAP’s national convenor. He then asks about the commitment to provide free WiFi to entire Delhi, generation of 8 lakh jobs, blue print for setting up of 500 new schools and 20 new colleges, new playing grounds and also about 3,000 unutilised grounds in schools and colleges for the youth of Delhi. “How many vacancies were filled by your government in last 17 months against the vacancy of 70,000 posts in various departments of Delhi Government? ” he questions through letter.
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