Arvind Kejriwal Has Done PhD In Speaking Lies: Haryana Minister

Arvind Kejriwal Has Done 'PhD In Speaking Lies': Haryana Minister


Haryana Minister Anil Vij on Monday dismissed as baseless the Delhi authorities’s cost that his state was withholding the nationwide capital’s share of 120 million gallons of water a day and alleged that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had “done a PhD in speaking lies”.

Delhi Jal Board (DJB) vice chairman Raghav Chadha on Sunday had stated that the water utility has moved the Supreme Court, searching for instructions to Haryana to launch the capital’s legit share of water.

He claimed that Haryana has been withholding 120 million gallons of water a day (MGD) meant for Delhi and that the uncooked water being discharged into the Yamuna river by the neighbouring state is at an “all-time low”.

When requested in regards to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) authorities’s claims, Haryana Home Minister Vij advised reporters that “Kejriwal (the Delhi chief minister) has done a PhD in speaking lies”.

“First, they the (AAP government) presented false figures during Covid second wave to procure oxygen, much above the requirement, and now Kejriwal is doing the same on the water issue to hide his own failures. They are levelling baseless allegations,” he stated.

Haryana is repeatedly offering 1,049 cusecs of water at Munak via its canal system to Delhi, Mr Vij stated and accused the AAP dispensation of constructing baseless allegations in opposition to Haryana “by misleading the people of Delhi to cover up their own mismanagement”.

He admitted that there’s a water scarcity as a consequence of delayed monsoon, however asserted that inspite of this, Haryana is giving Delhi its due share.

“Even if there is water shortage, Haryana is taking the brunt, but giving Delhi its full share,” Mr Vij stated.

The Haryana authorities had stated on Sunday that there’s much less water within the Yamuna river as a consequence of delay within the arrival of monsoon and the AAP dispensation’s mismanagement has led to water scarcity within the nationwide capital.

Following DJB vice-chairman Chadha’s cost, the Haryana authorities, in a press release, additionally accused the AAP of indulging in a “false political rhetoric to hide its failure”.

In response to a query on an incident on Sunday through which protesting farmers allegedly attacked Haryana Assembly Deputy Speaker Ranbir Gangwa’s automotive in Sirsa, Mr Vij stated if anybody commits violence below the guise of agitation, motion in keeping with the aw shall be taken in opposition to the offender.

He stated that everybody has the best to carry a protest in a peaceable method, conduct processions and maintain starvation strikes, however nobody has a proper to bask in any sort of violent act.

Regarding the Sirsa incident, Vij stated that directions have been given to the inspector common of police of Hisar vary to gather info on this matter. Further motion shall be taken after full info is obtained, he stated.

To a question on preparations being made in case there’s a third wave of Covid, Vij, who additionally holds the well being portfolio, stated that the state authorities is alert and has made full preparations.

“In addition, we have learned from the gaps of the first and second wave of Covid and made arrangements for a possible third wave accordingly,” he stated.

There was scarcity of oxygen through the second wave of Covid, however later directions to arrange oxygen vegetation in all civil hospitals of the state was issued in order that the doable third wave might be handled effectively, Vij stated.

Similarly, he stated that deputy commissioners have been instructed to go to hospitals and verify functioning of oxygen beds, ICU beds and ventilators and to take mandatory measures if there may be any scarcity or if any tools will not be discovered absolutely practical.

(This story has not been edited by India07 workers and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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