Now, Kejriwal has a confrontation with auto-drivers

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New Delhi, Feb 7: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday had a confrontation with auto-rickshaw drivers, one of the vital constituencies of his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) at Burari here. The auto-drivers shouted at a gathering where Kejriwal was present, accusing his government of overlooking their interests.

Kejriwal walked off the stage without speaking to the aggrieved auto drivers, which he had planned. Before the pandemonium, he advised the auto drivers not to charge passengers extra money or refuse them.

Kejriwal left the stage after the auto drivers started protesting

The auto-drivers, on the other hand, have been demanding a curb on stringent verification for commercial licence, which according to them is a major cause of their harassment. They also sought that the state transport department and not the Delhi Traffic Police should handle their prosecution.

Kejriwal hits out at media

Kejriwal also hit out at the media on Friday, saying there are corrupt people in the media who have taken money and deliberately misleading people by making stories against the AAP. He said the media always watches a close look on him and is bothered about whether he has got a four-room house, a new sweater, a new sandal or if he has started eating gogappas.

He also said that both the Congress and BJP are full of corrupt leaders who are backed by corrupt corporates.

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