Prakash Javadekar dubs at Arvind Kejriwal's claim as "DREAM" for staying in power for 10-15 years
"What kind of style is this of the Chief Minister? Only he can tell about it. I do not want to speak much on what threatening civil servants amounts to. I will only say one thing. Everybody has a right to dream," Javadekar said. He was asked to comment on a report that quoted Kejriwal as telling the officers that "You may like it or not, but we are here for 10-15 years. Those officers who are above 45 have no choice".
Kejriwal addressed bureaucrats on civil services day and warned them not to engage in any politics and follow govt orders.
Criticising the odd-even scheme the environment minister said every person have to take some measures to fight pollution, be it odd-even scheme giving cooperation to govt, or other.
But the question is - how much pollution have come down? how much expenditure had incurred on the scheme? How much more hardship people have to undergo in such schemes.