The chief minister said that the lieutenant governor as an "outsider" should not insult "hardworking" people of Delhi.
While Congress is banking on OPS, BJP opens vault for women. However, neither has clarified how they would generate these opportunities.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said a three-judge bench will hear a plea related to the freebies that political parties promise during election campaigns.
The Supreme Court on Friday noted that freebies announced by political parties may push the state towards imminent bankruptcy.
A bench of Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justices Hima Kohli, and CT Ravikumar said looking at the "complexity" of the freebies issues,
Subba Rao opined that India can emerge a 5 trillion economy only by 2028-29.
Kejriwal came under heavy attack from BJP on Thursday with BJP hitting out against the "perverse twist" given by him on the debate on freebies and alleging that his politics was all about "revdi (freebie) culture".
Pointing out that the Centre has time and again repeated that they don't have money, the Delhi CM asked why the money meant for the states has been reduced.