Kejriwal appeals to PM Modi to allow doorstep delivery of ration
‘If there can be home delivery of pizza and burgers and mobile phones why can there be not home delivery of ration,’ asks the Delhi Chief Minister.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in a digital deal with, requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to allow the doorstep delivery of ration scheme that was stopped by the Central authorities. The doorstep delivery of ration scheme was scheduled to be rolled out from June 7.
Mr. Kejriwal stated that there was a ‘ration mafia’ that existed within the Capital for a number of years and that his authorities was attempting to finish it by beginning the doorstep delivery of ration scheme. “No government has had the audacity to fight this mafia but we have tried and when we were about to roll it out, we have been stopped. We have tried to take approval from the Central government almost five times now and have rectified all the objections raised,” Mr. Kejriwal stated.
He added that if there might be house delivery of pizza and burgers and cell phones why might there be not house delivery of ration and stated that house delivery of ration must be began throughout the nation as ration retailers had been tremendous spreaders due to the crowds that gathered there.
“I am not doing this work for credit. I do not want any credit for this. I will tell the world that it was Modi’s idea. This is not the time to fight. How can the country run if you are fighting with the government in West Bengal, in Maharashtra, in Lakshadweep, the people of Delhi and farmers,” Mr. Kejriwal requested.