Arvind Kejriwal Declared a War on Mosquitoes | Political News Updates
In the wake of tens of Chikungunya and Dengue deaths in New Delhi, Chief Arvind Kejriwal declared a war on Mosquitoes. He appealed all the political parties to united to fight against these diseases. So far, Chikungunya and Dengue claimed 27 lives. Around 3,000 others have been diagnosed with the vector-borne diseases.
Kejriwal has recently undergone a throat surgery in Bengaluru. Soon after his return to Delhi, The AAP Chief shared a video on the Twitter handle addressing the alarming situation in the capital. Inviting BJP and Congress to join the movement, He quoted Mosquitoes doesn't show any kind of discrimination towards people and could harm activists of any party.
He advised the Opponents not to politicize the issue and focus on how the situation could be improved. AAP Government came under severe criticism following the absence of Arvind Kejriwal. Soon after his return, AAP Chief gave a fitting reply to the Opposition Parties.