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Arvind Kejriwal extends help to Punjab for cheap power model

New Delhi, July 4, 2019-

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday extended help to the Punjab government to develop a model on the lines of Delhi to provide cheap electricity to the people.

Kejriwal’s reaction came after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) claimed that senior Congress leader Partap Singh Bajwa had praised the work of the Kejriwal government in the field of electricity.

“Electricity rates in Punjab are v(ery) high. We will be v(ery) happy to assist Punjab government, if they so desire, to develop a model on the lines of Delhi to provide cheap electricity,” Kejriwal tweeted.

The AAP on Thursday shared a video of the Congress leader saying “senior Congress leader Partap Singh Bajwa praises Kejriwal government’s amazing work in the field of electricity”.

The Delhi government says it is providing cheapest electricity to the people of Delhi, compared to any other city.  (Agency)

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