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Delhi drowning and CM engaged in ‘Sadhana’, angry people raised slogans of ‘Kejriwal Hi-Hi’

New Delhi: The heavy rain in the country’s capital Delhi for the last few days has exposed the claims of the preparations of the Kejriwal government. The roads have become boat-worthy due to heavy waterlogging. Meanwhile, a video is going viral in which people are seen doing hi-hi to Kejriwal. It is clearly visible in the video that angry people are blocking the Barapula Bridge and not allowing people to move forward.

In the video, the settlement under the bridge is seen completely submerged, due to which there is a lot of resentment among the people towards the Kejriwal government. People are fiercely criticizing Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on social media. Kejriwal himself has left Delhi for meditation at the Vipassana center in Jaipur and is going to stay there for 10 days. During these 10 days, Kejriwal will neither use the phone nor meet anyone. In such a situation, no matter how much the people of Delhi shouted, there was no sound in Kejriwal’s ear.

At the same time, many areas of Delhi have been submerged. The road leading from Sarita Vihar to the ashram is still filled with water and 7-7 feet wide potholes have developed on the roads, causing people to face traffic jam for about one and a half hours in the morning and evening hours. At the same time, the rain also spoiled the condition of the footpath on the road going from Preet Vihar in East Delhi to Laxmi Nagar. The footpath made here has now turned into open drains. The rain water comes out from the drains and comes on the roads. Neither the road nor the footpath is visible.

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