Alekya Ettaboina July 29, 2015

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government has removed banner and posters that are previously posted by criticizing Modi as a mark of respect to former President Abdul Kalam’s death.

Last week, the Chief Minister of Delhi government Arvind Kejriwal leading Aam Aadmi Party had created posters and banners to insult Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not allowing the Delhi government to work and for creating difficulties in its functioning.

AAP party put up posters with a statement “Prime Minister Sir please, let Delhi government work”. With these latest ads AAP government has targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and it seems like state capital is asking PM to allow the Delhi government to function. The Arvind Kejriwal’s government has also released similar advertisements on TV channels and Radio.

Earlier on 23rd July, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had also written a letter to deputy governor, Najeeb Jung, blaming him of acting at the behest of Modi. AAP led written that letter two days after Mr.Jung had struck down the appointment of Swati Maliwal by Kejriwal as a chief of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW).

On Monday, the deputy Governor had cleared the file relating to Maliwal’s appointment as head of the women’s panel. The Delhi government has decided to remove banners and hoardings as a mark of respect to beloved former president APJ Abdul Kalam’s death.

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