New Delhi, May 29: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took a dig at the Centre on Tuesday by posting a cartoon on his Twitter handle. The cartoon portrayed the work done by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Centre during these last four years. A barren plot of land showing the sign board “Work under construction”- Centre was the other part of the cartoon which was in stark contrast to the plot showing the work done in the different fields such as providing the basics- water and electricity at economic rates, cheap treatment for the injured at the hospitals, clinics and government schools equipped with latest facilities to name a few. Also Read - 'Your Voice Will Live Forever': Bhajan Singer Narendra Chanchal Dies at 80, Heartfelt Condolences Pour in

The cartoon tweeted by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief suggested that the Narendra Modi led government had yet to show any progress made in any of the fields mentioned by Kejriwal. Also Read - Serum Institute Fire Claims Five Lives, Poonawala Announces Compensation of Rs 25 Lakh | Top Developments

Delhi’s CM Kejriwal highlighted its initiatives and the results of its work. The various achievements were specifically in the healthcare and education sector. Opening of Mohalla clinic, providing cheap electricity, free water, free medical treatment and modernised government schools were some of the key highlights of the cartoon tweeted by Kejriwal. Kejriwal mocked the Centre’s inability to give any kind of desired results and hence showed a barren plot suggesting the government’s failure.

The Delhi CM also retweeted another cartoon ridiculing the Modi government on its completion of four years and further mocks by saying that only an year is left for the Modi-led government.

This is not the first time that Arvind Kejriwal has mocked PM Modi. Earlier, Kejriwal had said a thing or two about the Prime Minister’s salary after facing criticism over the hike Delhi MLA’s salaries. He had gone on record to say that PM Modi’s salary must also be increased. He had also mocked the PM over India’s NSG status way before.