New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday assured the people of Delhi to make the capital “a world-class city”, while addressing a rally ahead of assembly polls on February 8. He also said that if BJP fails to transform Delhi, people can hold him accountable by “pulling his ears”.
“For 15 years you gave a chance to the Congress, and five years to AAP. I guarantee now that we will turn Delhi into a world-class city if we come into power. If that does not happen, you can come and pull my ears,” Shah said while addressing a public gathering in North East Delhi’s Babarpur.
Shah also took a dig at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and said, “Various surveys are conducted across the country. One government tops in pure water, another ranks number one in road construction and some other in electrification. But Kejriwal’s government stands nowhere other than topping the chart of liars.”