Prime Minister criticizes AAP for blocking central schemes in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Heading the Bharatiya Janata Party 's (BJP) campaign for the elections of the Delhi assembly on February 8, prime minister Narendra Modi here on Monday he emphasized 'housing for all' and the regularization of unauthorized colonies to obtain votes.

Launching a scathing attack on (AAP), Modi, the BJP's chief crowd shooter, said: As long as (AAP) remains in power, it will continue to create obstacles to development. You have seen a lot. Now you are only one option left. That is why the BJP needs to come to power in Delhi.

Blaming the AAP for blocking the Prime Minister (PMAY) in Delhi, Modi said he would continue to block all positive movements.

When addressing an election rally, Modi reminded people about the Kartarpur Sahib corridor and the abrogation in Jammu and Kashmir. He also projected the Citizenship Law (Amendment) as an achievement.

The BJP hopes to return to power after being out for two decades. The results will be announced on February 11.