Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday that his government is following ten principles inspired by the concept of ‘Ram Rajya’ to serve the people of Delhi.
Kejriwal also said that after the completion of the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, his government will get the elderly people to see Lord Ram for free.
During the discussion on the motion of thanks in the House on the Lieutenant Governor’s address, he said, “I am a worshiper of Lord Ram and Hanuman. We are following ten principles inspired by the concept of ‘Ram Rajya'”.
These are the ten principles. Nobody sleeps hungry, good education to children, better treatment to all, 24×7 free electricity, free water to all, employment to all, houses to the homeless, security to women, respect to the elderly, equal rights to all.
The Chief Minister said, “No one should sleep hungry in Delhi. Every child, whether poor or rich, should get quality education. Everyone should get treatment.”
Kejriwal said that making the excuse that Delhi Police is not under the state government to ensure the safety of women, it will not work.
Kejriwal highlighted how his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government installed CCTV cameras across the city and now plans to open Mohalla clinics exclusively for women.
He further added, “Delhi cannot progress if senior citizens living in the city are not respected. For them, we started the Mukhyamantri Teerth Yatra Yojana, under which they will visit various pilgrimage sites across the country for free Under the scheme, everything related to their travel, accommodation and food is taken care of by the Delhi government.”
The Chief Minister insisted, “Now, a grand Ram temple is being built in Ayodhya. After the temple is ready, the Delhi government will also include Ayodhya’s Ram temple in its free pilgrimage scheme.”