New Delhi: Talking more and working less leads political parties to "Bihar-like situations", Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Monday taking a sharp jibe at BJP a day after the saffron outfit faced a drubbing in the Bihar Assembly elections.
Kejriwal also mocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying unlike his monthly radio programme, the Aam Aadmi Party government speaks the 'Mann Ki Baat' of the common man.
"Our government gives less speeches and works more. There are few parties which speak more and work less. They face Bihar-like situations. We speak your 'mann ki baat', not our 'mann ki baat'," Kejriwal said.
The Chief Minister was speaking at the inauguration of the city's first 'Polyclinic' at east Delhi's Gandhi Nagar constituency.
Yesterday, Kejriwal termed the Bihar poll verdict a referendum against the Modi government and hoped that after these results, the Centre's interference in Delhi and other states will end.