Added on : 2022-12-04 11:40:07
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal voted along with his family on Sunday at a polling booth in Civil Lines for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections and urged people not to vote for those who are corrupt.
While speaking to media persons after casting his vote, the Delhi Chief Minister said that the election is an opportunity to clean Delhi.
“I appeal to people to vote in large numbers. We can see there is garbage everywhere. It is an opportunity to clean Delhi. Vote for the party which does development work, not vote for such a party that stops the work of Delhi. Vote for the honest party. Don’t vote for those who are corrupt. Vote for good people and not for those who do gundaism, corruption and use abusive language. We have to clean Delhi in the next 5 years,” said Delhi CM.