Congratulating Aam Aadmi Party for its impressive show in Delhi polls, head of All India Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Mahasangh Udit Raj had asked Kejriwal why he was not forming the government in Delhi despite getting a favourable mandate from people.
In a statement, Raj said that Kejriwal should form the government and implement the promises made during elections
such as reduction in power tariff by 50% and regularization of jobs of safari karamcharis. He added that AAP can implement all its promises made in the manifesto if it forms the government.
He also added that if AAP forms a government it can regularise unauthorised colonies and can start the fight against corruption. “People want to see how you (Kejriwal) will implement the promises,” he said.
He also posed another question to Kejriwal on how many days he would scrap reservation for the SCs and STs scrapped. Raj recalled that Kejriwal in 2008 had announced that he will end reservation for the two communities at a function in Jawaharlal Nehru stadium.