Punjab CM Mann announces doorstep delivery of free ration says Arvind Kejriwal
Kejriwal, national convener of Aam Aadmi Party, said, "I am very happy for the people of Punjab and the country. Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann has made a big announcement.
Arvind Kejriwal News: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has praised the Punjab government's decision of "door step delivery of ration". He said that even after so many years of independence, the poor have to stand in long lines for ration. While pizza reaches home on a phone call. Kejriwal said, 'Under this scheme, the AAP government of Punjab will pack rice, flour and pulses in packs and deliver them from door to door.
Kejriwal, national convener of Aam Aadmi Party, said, "I am very happy for the people of Punjab and the country. Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann has made a big announcement for the poor today. He has announced that ration will be delivered door-to-door to the poor in Punjab. In Delhi, we are struggling to implement this scheme for the last 4 years. Everything was done, but the BJP government at the Center stopped this scheme.
Arvind Kejriwal said, 'This scheme was not allowed to be implemented in Delhi. But now we have implemented it in Punjab. Now gradually it will be implemented across the country. The work of Mohalla Clinic, School and Hospital was stopped. The people of this country want to progress, but they are being stopped for 75 years. Although now people will not stop. Those (central government) who are stopping progress, we want to tell them that whatever you want, this country is not going to stop.
Let us inform that the Punjab government has taken a big decision regarding the door step delivery of ration. The government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has announced that door step delivery of ration will start in Punjab. Mann said that the government will deliver ration from door to door. He said through a video message, 'The Aam Aadmi Party government has decided that ration will be delivered to the poor people at their homes.'
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