Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited LBS hospital and Rajiv Gandhi hospital in Delhi on Friday.
After his visit, he told reporters,”200 beds will be made available today.”
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday had made an emotional plea to both media and opposition parties to help Delhi government in its efforts to tackle dengue crisis in the capital.
He said, “I’m writing to all opposition parties to give us suggestions and also actively participate in our efforts on dengue leaving politics aside.”
In another tweet, the Delhi chief minister ‘thanked’ media for keeping the government on its toes through pointing out ‘our shortcomings so that we can improve.
He had also made a passionate plea to the central government to keep the political differences aside and cooperate his government in dealing with the dengue crisis in the capital.
Responding to the LG’s letter that instructed civil servants to defy the ‘illegal orders’ of Delhi government, Kejriwal said, “In his order to IAS officers, LG says that the Central Govt has asked him to do so. Delhi is going through a Dengue crisis and we are tackling it. Request Central Govt to cooperate right now and fight later.”