Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday took a jibe at the BJP, saying parties which speak more and work less will meet electoral defeats.
“Our ministers talk less and work more. Some parties speak more and work less. They get the Bihar-like mandate,” the AAP leader said.
Kejriwal’s comments came a day after Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance suffered a shock defeat in the Bihar assembly polls.
He was speaking at an event after inaugurating an Aam Aadmi Polyclinic in east Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar.
Addressing the gathering, he also said his government was serious on the issue of providing better healthcare to the people in Delhi.
“Our aim is to set up four clinics in every ward. For this we are going to pass a budget for 1,000 mohalla clinics tomorrow (Tuesday),” he said.