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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Assures Protesters of Fulfilling Promises within Two Months

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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Assures Protesters of Fulfilling Promises within Two Months

January 15
16:30 2014

kejriwalNew Delhi, Wednesday, January 15 – A lot of farmers and teachers gathered around Delhi secretariat today, to ask Kejriwal when he is going to fulfill all the promises what his party made in its manifesto before the December elections. The newly appointed chief minister of Delhi assured them of taking effective steps in the near future.

To assure protesting farmers and teachers, Arvind Kejriwal had to come in the midst of protestors and he promised of coming out with optimal solution within two months of time. On Wednesday, Kejriwal had to face angry agitation of the teachers, who are working on contractual basis and demanded of regularization in their job.

The day was not easy for Aam Aadmi Party as one his members Vinod Kumar Binny raised the banner of revolt against Kejriwal. The MLA raised his pitch saying AAP is delaying in completing its promises. Binny even threatened of going for hunger strike if essential steps would not be taken for fulfilling the commitments what it did with the common mob.

The inner revolt within AAP gave politicians of other parties a chance to take a jibe at hi-fi promises of the party and its failure over not turning them true. Arvind Kejriwal needs to think why its own members are getting against the him and the party, a few politicians stated further.

Apart from Kejriwal, Kumar Vishwas, a chief AAP leader, also faced protest in Uttar Pradesh. If reports from sources are to be believed then eggs were thrown at him once again today. Pressure is increased on AAP to fulfill the promises what it did before coming to the power.

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