The Congress party on Saturday termed one year of the Arvind Kejriwal government as a “complete failure” and said the ruling party in Delhi had been “finding excuses not to work” betraying those who elected it to office.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government had scored “zero out of hundred” in its performance in the first year of its term, Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken told reporters here.
“It is a complete failure. They could not fulfil their promises. The list is very long,” he said.
Maken, who was accompanied by several senior Congress leaders of Delhi, also released a booklet entitled ‘Kejriwal ek saal, Delhi behaal’ (One year of Kejriwal: Delhi in a bad shape) and said the party will go to the people to tell them about the “failures” of the government.
The booklet talks about the failures of the government in terms of governance, principles that AAP espoused, “politics of conflict”, “stagnation” in development, price rise and the security of women.
“The biggest betrayal has been with people who trusted them,” the Congress leader said.