Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, expressed his disappointment over the stopping of yoga classes in the city by the Lieutenant Governor (LG). However, he stated that the same yoga classes have now been started in Punjab, and he will continue to work for the benefit of the people wherever he gets the opportunity. Kejriwal questioned how long he will be stopped from doing good work for the public, and emphasized that he will take the blessings of the almighty and the people along with him. Despite the setback in Delhi, the Chief Minister remains committed to serving the people and improving their lives.
- Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal condemned the stopping of public works in Delhi by the Lieutenant Governor and vowed to continue serving the people.
- Kejriwal specifically mentioned the stopping of yoga classes in Delhi by the LG, which have now resumed in Punjab.
- The Chief Minister expressed his commitment to working for the benefit of the people wherever he gets the opportunity while seeking the blessings of the almighty and the people.
- Kejriwal’s remarks indicate his frustration with the frequent clashes between the Delhi government and the LG’s office over issues of jurisdiction and decision-making.