The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of pursuing an anti-poor agenda because the Delhi Government initiates efforts to supply shelter for the homeless.
In a press convention held on the AAP headquarters on Wednesday, AAP MLAs, Sanjeev Jha and Praveen Kumar make clear the continuing demolitions of slums in Jangpura, with accusations that the BJP tried to run bulldozers in chilly climate, in direct violation of development and demolition bans because of air pollution issues.
The AAP MLA from Burari constituency, Shri Sanjeev Jha and Jangpura MLA Shri Praveen Kumar addressed a press convention on the celebration headquarters on a vital difficulty associated to Delhi.
MLA Sanjeev Jha criticised the BJP’s actions, stating, “The BJP, with its anti-poor stance, continues its makes an attempt to demolish the properties of the poor and marginalised folks residing in slums repeatedly.”
He cited earlier cases the place slums have been demolished, resulting in arrests and courtroom interventions.
Highlighting the present scenario in Jangpura, space legislator Jha remarked, “Now, because the chilly units in, on one hand, the Delhi Government is organising camps for these residing on the streets and establishing the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) shelter homes, whereas however, BJP tried to run bulldozers in a locality in Jangpura.”
Kumar offered particulars on the authorized elements of the case, specializing in the JJ Cluster behind the Sunder Nursery DPS School.
He defined that DUSIB, below its jurisdiction, legally oversees 675 clusters, together with the DPS Sunder Nursery Mathura Road cluster, the place the latest demolition makes an attempt occurred.
Kumar expressed concern over the violation of courtroom orders, stating, “Despite the courtroom’s choice, L&DO started marking and breaking properties yesterday. This is a violation of the courtroom’s choice. This complete case exhibits how the central authorities desires to render the poor homeless throughout the nation.”
The AAP leaders demanded the instant implementation of the courtroom’s order, emphasising that the accountability lies with the Land & Development Office (L&DO) and the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to supply relocation and formulate insurance policies to guard the rights of these affected.