Modi also want to demolish the financial structure: Kejriwal

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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the central government exerts hurdle in his every work and also wants to demolish the financial and industrial infrastructure of the Delhi. He said his government would continue to work on its promises despite all conspiracies.

In the business conference of Delhi's businessmen and entrepreneurs, Chief Minister alleged that Narendra Modi was planning to drag them into a controversy one after one. VAT Commissioner is ever removed, then cases have filled on DSIIDC and now is getting CBI raids on his office.

He said, "We ask you (the central government) do not want a single penny. Delhi is financially self-sustaining. You just turn off unnecessary interference; we will deliver every job better than you. ' Referring to CBI raids in his office, he said, "He's just not only angry from electoral defeat, but the way the government is doing a better job at less cost, it is also irritated them."

He said, "We construct bridge of 2.5 lakhs in 1.5 lakhs. We showed by constructing clinic of one crore in 20 lakhs. If Modi is development man then show by doing so. “He looked hurt by the CBI raids and did not participate in trader’s interactive session that was fixed. Industry Minister answered questions from participants on all issues instead of him.

Addressing businessmen in Delhi, Industries Minister Satyendra Jain said that his government is working on plans of Warehousing to give legal sanction, but it may be delayed because DDA should sanctioned it. Also several issues of industrial development are not getting support from the central agencies.

He said his government is trying to get of these clearances as soon as possible.  Industry Minister said despite the recently reported cases against the authorities and agencies at the behest of the center government; Delhi Govt. will not go back to their projects.

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