AAP questions BJP's intention, claims Arvind Kejriwal will bring 'acche din' in Delhi

Delhi's Law Minister Kapil Mishra on Tuesday said that the voters would not give the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) another chance if they fail to bring 'achhe din' in the remaining four years and claimed that the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP Government has brought change in Delhi in 100 days.

New Delhi: Delhi's Law Minister Kapil Mishra on Tuesday said that the voters would not give the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) another chance if they fail to bring 'achhe din' in the remaining four years and claimed that the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP Government has brought change in Delhi in 100 days.

Mishra questioned the BJP's intention over party chief Amit Shah's remark that it will take 25 years to bring 'achhe din'.

"We have brought change in Delhi in 100 days. We have reduced corruption and brought down the water and electricity bill as well as brought change in education. If one has the intention to work then a year is enough. Amit Shah ji and the BJP have four years. They can do whatever they wish in these four years as the voters would not give another opportunity," Mishra told ANI here.

"Otherwise, Arvind Kejriwal will show the change in five years as we know how to bring 'achhe din'," he added.

Shah had earlier said that the BJP will take 25 years to deliver 'achhe din' which was promised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

The BJP chief, however, stated that Prime Minister Modi-led government could reduce inflation, ensure secure borders, make a strong foreign policy, achieve economic development, provide jobs and remove poverty in its first five-year rule. 

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