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Inglorious Free Surgery Scheme of AAP party exposed

The AAP government rolled out a scheme in the month of July, under which patients can get a list of 52 specified surgeries done at 48 enlisted private hospitals in Delhi and NCR.

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NEW DELHI: The Arvind Kejriwal tall claims of free surgeries for the Delhi citizens have been brought to light by Dainik Bhaskar. Their sting operation has uncovered the two-faced politics that is been practiced by the Delhi’s Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal.

The AAP government rolled out a scheme in the month of July, under which patients can get a list of 52 specified surgeries done at 48 enlisted private hospitals in Delhi and NCR.

As per the government’s statement, free surgery scheme covered almost all the major private hospitals in Delhi and NCR. The services were made available to all the bonafide residents of Delhi.

As per Dainik Bhaskar’s sting report, doctors of some reputed hospitals and brokers started exploiting general public by taking the advantage of it. Patients are been lured at very low rates for treatment and thus the time of their surgery is been decided according to that.

Even the Doctors are said to be directly involved in this and they are helping the patients to get the brokers number.

After that, the patient is being forced to buy the surgery-related items from the same agent. The condition is so much worse that, different doctors have different agents for their convenience and patients are at the receiving end.

This all nexus is running just under the nose of Delhi government. So, it shall not be wrong to blame the AAP party transparency on such issues.

The idea of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was rooted in India against corruption but with such exposures, it’s hard to believe their ethics. Even the credibility of their party members is in question as many of them are found to be involved in some of the other scam, including the party leader.

The party which unsettled the Congress and was running campaigns against them during their own election time offered unconditional support to the same party in Gujrat elections just for the sake of power.

With such acts, the hollowness of party agenda can be gauzed clearly.

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Karnataka Polls: BJP On The Way to Win, Congress May Get Hard Defeat

Any party or grouping will need 113 of the total 224 seats to secure a majority in the Assembly. Polling did not take place in two constituencies on Saturday.

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A state of 60 million people, Karnataka is home to the Information Technology hub of Benguluru and was ruled by the BJP once before.
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The BJP was on Tuesday set to return to power in its southern bastion Karnataka as its candidates crossed the half-way mark in vote count, stunning and ousting the ruling Congress and leaving the JD-S at the third spot.

Noisy celebrations broke out in party offices in Bengaluru, New Delhi and across Karnataka as Bharatiya Janata Party nominees were on the victory lap in 118 of the 222 constituencies which voted on Saturday.

This was a dramatic jump from the 40 seats the BJP won five years ago.

The Congress, desperate to retain power in the state amid shrinking appeal nationally, suffered major blows and was ahead only in 62 seats, with Chief Minister Siddaramaiah trailing in both the constituencies he contested: Badami and Chamundeshwari.

The Congress leader was way behind G.T Deve Gowda of the Janata Dal-Secular in Chamundeshwari, Election Commission officials said. And after leading initially, Siddaramaiah fell behind B.R. Sriramulu of the BJP in Badami.

In contrast, the BJP’s Chief Ministerial face B.S. Yeddyurappa was ahead of his Congress rival by more than 11,000 votes in Shikaripura.

Energy Minister and Congress leader D.K. Shivakumar said that the numbers indicated that his party was on the way out after five years in power.

Any party or grouping will need 113 of the total 224 seats to secure a majority in the Assembly. Polling did not take place in two constituencies on Saturday.

The BJP was overjoyed. “We are in a jubilant mood because we have crossed the half-way mark. We are confident of winning,” spokesman S. Shantharam told IANS.

BJP activists and leaders celebrated noisily in both Bengaluru and New Delhi, waving party flags and shouting slogans hailing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, their main vote-getter, and party President Amit Shah.

There were also celebrations outside the residence of Yeddyurappa, who has been Chief Minister earlier too.

Of the 2,654 candidates in the fray for the May 12 Karnataka Assembly elections, at least 883 are crorepatis and 645 have criminal cases against them, said two watchdogs after analysing their affidavits filed with the Election Commission (EC).
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The Janata Dal-Secular of former Prime Minister H.D. Dewe Gowda, which has been expected to play the role of a kingmaker in the event of a hung Assembly, was leading in 40 seats — the same number it won five years ago.

As the vote count progressed, BJP leaders became assertive, saying they were confident of taking power again in Karnataka while Congress leaders began to speak about the possibility of an alliance with the JD-S.

BJP leader and Union Minister Sadanand Gowda said that there was no question of any alliance.
Union minister Prakash Javadekar, who is in charge of Karnataka, met BJP President Amit Shah in New Delhi.

Analysts said the BJP was leading in Lingayat dominated seats and the JD-S in Vokkaliga dominated areas.

Expectations of a BJP victory in Karnataka lifted the key Indian equity indices during the mid-morning trade session on Tuesday.

Modi’s Performance: Survey Reports That Significant Number of People Rate Performance of Modi Government as Below Expectations

According to market observers, broadly subdued Asian indices and disappointing macro-economic inflation data points released on Monday capped some gains.

Sector-wise, healthy buying was witnessed in banking, capital goods, metals, consumer durables and automobile stocks.

The Sensex has so far touched a high of 35,993.53 points and a low of 35,498.83 points during the intra-day trade. (IANS)