AAP Leader in Parliament Dr Dharamvira Gandhi Gandhi raised several issues concerning common people in the Parliament today including power crisis in Delhi (as its under Central Govt control), Increase in gas prices, Drug menace in Punjab, the need of sealing Indo-Pak border to stop illegal infiltration in India, unemployment and debt burden on Punjab. He also condemned and demanded strong action be taken for recent incidents in Badayun & Pune. Watch the video. Read More
This case is a good example as to how costly projects were conceived by Civil Aviation Minister and Air India Chairperson with the sole intention of siphoning off money. Shri Bhargava’s book lists further such examples: Purchase and leasing of aircrafts, refurbishment and conversion of aircrafts. All these projects were being designed in order to serve the corrupt designs of the Ministry and Air India Management.
In view of these glaring facts, I implore you to immediately register a RC/FIR and get this matter thoroughly investigated so that all those guilty can be swiftly prosecuted.
Arvind Kejriwal has written to Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi on the power situation in Delhi and some actions that need to be taken to bring relief to the people of Delhi. He has also requested time for a short meetng with him on this issue. Full text of the letter is provided here. Read More
The AAP would like to clearly state in no uncertain terms that Kejriwal did not meet any Congress leader and this particular news story appears to have been flashed at the behest of certain vested interests. Read More
The response of the union power minister Mr Piyush Goyal on the current power crisis in Delhi is deeply disappointing and full of contradictions. It is extremely unfortunate that the BJP’s central government has decided to indulge in a political blame-game instead of showing the much needed emergency response to deal with the alarming situation.
- It took 10 days for the Central Govt. to wake up to the issue of transmission lines destroyed by the storms?
- Even now, no accountability has been fixed for the delay in fixing the problem
- Why should action not be taken against the discoms who are responsible for distribution?