Supporters of Bharatiya Janata Party in Delhi feel that Aam Aadmi Party is setting in a culture of muftkhori (freebies) which will prove costly in the long run for sustainable supplies. Besides, the subsidies are only targeted to the owners and not tenants, mostly immigrants from other states, because they do not constitute AAP’s core voter base.
Supporters of Aam Aadmi Party want Arvind Kejriwal to continue with his “good work” even though some of them are wary of the fact that Narendra Modi regime at the Centre may not be very cooperative.
While the majority of people LokMarg spoke to about Aam Aadmi Party’s landslide in Delhi Assembly elections lauded Arvind Kejriwal’s work, there were several who felt the victory belonged to freebies and not governance.
Ahead of Delhi Assembly polls, LokMarg puts a similar set of questions before AAP candidate Rohit Mehrauliya and Delhi BJP spokesperson Naveen Kumar for a ringside view of the bipolar contest.