New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday held a press conference soon after the Election Commission announced the dates for the Assembly Election 2020 and said the election this time will be the first election in 70 years in the name of school and hospital. Also Read - Delhi Elections: ‘Ye Chunav Kaam Par Hoga,' Tweets CM Arvind Kejriwal as EC Announces Poll Dates
Giving credit to his government in the past five years for the developmental works in the national capital, Kejriwal said a lot has been done in sectors such as education, health, roads, electricity and water supply. Also Read - Delhi Assembly Election 2020: 'Did Nothing But Abuse me,' Arvind Kejriwal Responds to Amit Shah's Speech
“This time, Delhi’s election will be based on education, health, roads, electricity, water and development works in raw colonies”, the Delhi CM said. Also Read - Can't Mislead People All The Time, Amit Shah Slams Arvind Kejriwal, Says BJP Will Form Govt in Delhi
Holding a press conference, the Delhi Chief Minister stated that he will work for more development of the national capital if he is voted to power again for the second term.
Through the press conference, he asked voters to vote for him and his party if they think he has done work for the people of Delhi.
“Will make Delhi better, vote for us if u think we did the work for you all,” he said in the press conference. He also stated that the people of the national capital are happy with hospitals and education.
He promised to improve the schools, water supply in the national capital if he comes back to power again. “This is a performance-based election, please vote for Delhi’s development,” he said.
Earlier in the day, he took to Twitter to say that the Delhi Assembly Election 2020 will be on the performance. “Ye chunav kaam par hoga. (This election will be fought on the basis of work done)”, Kejriwal said in a tweet. Party’s Delhi chief Gopal Rai also expressed the same confidence about Delhi polls and said that the party will contest the elections based on its work.