Kejriwal claimed during a virtual press conference that there is a climate in which providing free water and electricity, as well as free medical care at government clinics and schools, is illegal. It is incorrect, he claimed, to imply that offering high-quality free education is a gift.
In response to accusations of political parties giving out “freebies” or what Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently referred to as the “revadi culture,” Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener continued to defend charity programmes on Saturday.
In addition, he urged that the Center give the nation, which is commemorating its 75th year of independence, free access to high-quality healthcare, 300 units of power, and unemployment benefits.
The country’s progress, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is “extremely perilous” if people engage in what he called a “rewari culture” of giving away things in exchange for votes.
Mr. Kejriwal said his party would create a “advisory body” of traders to advise the government in Gujarat if it were to win an election, while courting local businesspeople, entrepreneurs, and owners of micro, small, and medium firms.
His second meeting with local traders and small business owners in the Saurashtra region before the State elections. In the past, Mr. Kejriwal held conversations in Rajkot, the area’s principal commercial centre.
He offered value-added tax concessions and pledged that his party will never permit “raid raj” on the business class, promising to make doing business in Gujarat easier.