New Delhi, May 24: BJP today accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of running a "meri marzi ki sarkar' in Delhi and said that the ruling AAP's performance has been marked more by "confrontation" than "coordination" as it completes 100 days in office.
The chief of BJP's Delhi unit, Satish Upadhyay, listed the controversies which have erupted ever since the Kejriwal-led AAP government came to power in the city in February.
"Since the AAP government came to power in Delhi, there has been no politics of coordination, only of confrontation. Kejriwal has been running a 'meri marzi ki sarkar' and has not only made mockery of governance but also deceived the public," Upadhyay said at a press conference here.
"AAP has also demeaned the bureaucracy by locking horns with the LG over a routine appointment. The emergency session (of Assembly) has been called to further escalate the administrative crisis and create alibis to run away from governance," Upadhyay claimed as he launched a presentation, "#AAP ka fareb", directed against the ruling party.
"The 100 days (of AAP) reflect an era of anarchism in governance and murder of humanity which Delhi had never seen," he said.
Upadhyay said that Kejriwal has maintained a "meri marzi" approach, be it in the row with Delhi Women's Commission or the Centre, a High Court order or a crisis within the ranks of his own party.
"Kejriwal also tried to control the media with the same 'meri marzi' approach. He is failing to understand that media is different from Yogender Yadav and Prashant Bhushan, whom you could throw away using bouncer culture.
They failed to coordinate even with the Centre government," he alleged. "In these 100 days, Kejriwal and his cronies have found fault in the working of every institution, be it the administrative system, constitutional bodies, media, judiciary.
"Now he is out to challenge the constitution itself by challenging its provisions on Centre and Union Territory relations," added Upadhyay.