Kejriwal Govt. Insensitive to Migrants Sufferings : Delhi Congress Chief


Delhi Congress Chief Anil Chaudhary accused Kejriwal Government of being insensitive towards the sufferings of those who are trudging back hundreds of kilometres to return their homes. He claimed that the Delhi government has not made any arrangements for the migrant workers even after almost two months since the lockdown started. On the other hand, Delhi Congress Office has turned into a shelter home for migrant workers and the party is providing meals three times a day, face masks and sanitiser, Delhi Congress president Anil Chaudhary said.

Recently, Delhi Congress President, Anil Chaudhary was detained by Delhi Police for helping migrants to reach UP border on which the Delhi Congress President said “As the lockdown, which brought almost the entire economy to a standstill, left lakhs of migrants and daily wagers without money, food or shelter and with public transport shut during the lockdown, they had little choice but to walk hundreds of kilometres home. So, Delhi Congress extended their help to them in this difficult situation”.

Delhi Congress Leader, also mentioned that he will continue serving the people in distress and held a conference where he requested each and every Congress worker to help the needy and called it ‘ True Nationalism ‘.

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