Delhi Assembly Election 2020: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, took to Twitter to hit back at Union Minister Harsh Vardhan over Delhi Ke Bete remark on Friday. In the tweet, he wrote that BJP considers only those who are born in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and had settled in the national capital as their own. But Aam Aadmi Party government, as Delhiites had adopted all and made them their family.

This statement comes a day after Vardhan’s jibe, made during a press conference. He asked how Arvind Kejriwal becomes the son of Delhi and get associated with Anna’s movement from Ghaziabad, if his birthplace is Hisar. This election is between lies and truth, between nationalism and treason.

Not first time, Dr. Harsh Vardhan has launched a scathing attack on Delhi Chief Minister. Earlier, he said that AAP had no chances to retain power in the upcoming power Assembly elections.

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He further added that the BJP had a strong chance of winning in the upcoming 2020 Assembly elections. It’s because of the work done by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Centre.

On Monday, Election Commission of India said Assembly elections in Delhi is all set to take place on February 8 in a single phase while the results will be announced on February 11.

Election campaigning is currently in process. Parties are leaving no stone unturned to impress the public with their future plans and policies. While the Bharatiya Janata Party will release its election manifesto for the February 8 polls on Friday, Jan 31. Party’s election has been centered on national issues such as Citizenship Amendment Act, violence around it and the abrogation of Article 370.

Modi government which has hopes to win this election and will primarily highlight the Modi government work like providing ownership rights to residents in unauthorised colonies and slum redevelopment scheme to provide permanent houses to those living in Jhuggi-Jhopri (JJ) clusters in the city.

AAP is also set to release its own manifesto, but on Sunday, it released a 10-point guarantee card for polls. This includes free bus rides for women, pollution-free Deli and round the clock piped drinking among others. These promises have been termed as long term ones given by the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.

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