The “Black” Waters of Yamuna totally exposed the “Black” deeds of Arvind Kejriwal and it’s political party, Aam Aadmi Party. Blackening of Sacred River is Yamuna is becoming the biggest hindrance towards the path of whitewashing of Fake promises of Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal.

The visuals of devotees taking a dip in the froth-filled waters of the Yamuna river sent chills down the spine of the residents of Bharat. Chhath is a festival of Hindus which is considered very pure. But it’s sad to see the devotees performing this puja in such bad condition of River Yamuna. Arvind Kejriwal before coming to power promised to clean Yamuna. But like all the promises, this promise too went into the bracket of “Jumla”.Arvind Kejriwal promised to cleaning Yamuna in 2015.Its 7 years since then. The central government has provided Arvind Kejriwal 2,419 crore rupees so far for cleaning Yamuna. Let alone clean, Yamuna is dirtier than ever before.Where did all the money go? Has Arvind Kejriwal spent all the money in putting out more ads just to promote himself? Arvind Kejriwal should have looked and worked after the cleanliness of River Yamuna but he was busy in doing minority appeasement to seek muslim votes and was busy spending crores of rupees in advertisements.Arvind Kejriwal has spent 940 crore on pollution ads in the last 7 years but has done nothing else to tackle the problem. AAP is doing nothing on “Najafgarh Nala”.Najafgarh nala, which has its own share of wastewater being emptied into it by a multitude of drains on the Delhi side. The pollutants from the jheel are leaching into the soil and contaminating the aquifers.

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