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Arvind Kejriwal's Straight Talk To PM Modi Soothes Many Aching Hearts Across India
Lucknow, April 23 (TNA) Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday came in for some wholesome praise on the social media as he red flagged the right problems with regards to oxygen supply at the meeting of chief ministers with the prime minister, held to understand the ground realities and find a way out. From the air lifting of oxygen supplies to asking states blocking the oxygen supply to let it go, Kejriwal won many a hearts.
Ravindra Mishra, a Jankipuram resident lauded the Delhi CM for his "soft critique" and "positive approach" and said that it was "good to see someone speak so fortnight". Another resident of the state capital, which is battling never-seen-before paralysis in governance, Brajesh Singh of Mulayam Nagar in Indiranagar said at a time when the "UP government seems to have completely collapsed in face of the COVID's second wave" it was "reassuring to see Kejriwal saheb peak up the truth".
Ashutosh Bahadur, a medical representative, also had good things to say about the Delhi chief minister. "I heard him on TV and could feel that not only is he educated but is also working hard to get the people of Delhi out of the present crisis" he mused. He smugly said that specially contrasted to what leaders are doing in UP, it was "somehow a good feeling" to hear Kejriwal.
"Situation is bad everywhere but in Delhi it seems someone is concerned and is leading from the front but here in UP it seems we have been left to fend for ourselves" said Nazneen Qureshi, a physiotherapist whose mother is admitted at a medical facility due to COVID.
The social media is also flooded with kudos for teh Delhi CM even as the PMO has reportedly taken offence to the "private CM-PM" meet being aired live.