NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday took a jibe at his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal, asking whether the AAP supremo was the head of city administration or leader of dharnas and demonstrations.
While talking at the rally here, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said he landed at the Hindon Air Base first, after entering Delhi, and added that he was appalled after seeing the condition of roads here.
"The AAP government has turned Delhi into a city of potholes and has hurt the sentiments of people of the city," Adityanath alleged.
"Kejriwal has nothing to do with development and does not have any interest in working in collaboration with the central government for the betterment of national capital," he claimed.
“Whether the AAP supremo was head of Delhi or leader of dharnas and demonstrations”, he asked.
He was addressing a rally here in support of BJP's East Delhi candidate Gautam Gambhir.
“We are confident that he will be opening our victory tally in Delhi just as he opened for team India in cricket", he said.
With inputs from PTI