Stay united in fight against mosquitoes: Arvind Kejriwal in a video message
New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to stay united in fight against mosquitoes in the national capital, which is facing severe health crisis due to Chikungunya and Dengue.
Asserting that a mosquito does not know difference between Congress and BJP, he politely rquested opposition leaders to ditch politics on the severe health issue.
Mr. Chief Minister posted a video message sharing how his government is taking steps to minimise spreading of the disease. He appealed to Delhiites to make the initiative a success “like the odd-even scheme”.
Watch video message here:
# Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday evening posted a video message urging Delhiites to stay united against Chikungunya and Dengue.
# A Mosquito doesn’t differentiate between a Congress leader or a BJP leader; politics must be avoided in this: Kejriwal
# Like we made Odd-even a success, Delhi will easily overcome this ongoing health crisis situation.
# Kejriwal on Sunday returned from Bengaluru to New Delhi after having undergone a throat surgery for persistent cough.
# He also condoled death of 17 jawans in a strike at Uri Army base in Baramulla district, Jammu and Kashmir.
# The AAP government in Delhi had come under severe criticism following the chikungunya outbreak as most of its ministers were out of the town at the time of crisis.
# Nearly 20 people have lost their lives in Delhi due to the disease.