Case of Murder Should be Registered against CM Kejriwal and his Cabinet: Sandeep Dixit Politics by Parakram News - May 8, 2021June 24, 2021 Case of Murder Should be Registered against CM Kejriwal and his Cabinet said Mr. Sandeep Dixit Amid a rise in COVID cases, former Congress MP and son of former Delhi CM Sheila Dixit, Mr. Sandeep Dixit accused Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal for playing petty politics in the time of crisis. Making a video on the situation of COVID in NCR, Mr. Dixit said that a case of murder should be registered against CM Kejriwal and his cabinet. Throughout the video, Mr. Dixit can be seen putting facts and figures to expose Delhi government on the alleged mismanagement of COVID situation in Delhi. Mr. Dixit said that even the Congress government could have given free electricity, water, bus and metro rides to the people of Delhi but it focused on the development of Delhi. Mr. Dixit said, “if we wouldn’t have added 11,000 beds in our tenure than the number of people dying of COVID would have been increased by 5 times.” Shiela Dixit ji inaugurated 10-11 hospitals in different location of Delhi but none of them were constructed by CM Kejriwal. It was revealed in RTI, said Mr. Sandeep Dixit. Sheila Dixit Ji never came on-screen like you to tell what we have done or what are we doing for the people of Delhi but she worked silently for the welfare of people. The priorities of people changes. You promised of giving free electricity, water and all that’s why you got mandate in 2013, added Mr. Dixit. Former Delhi CM Sheila Dixit has given 18-40 hospitals to Delhi but the RTI revealed that CM Kejriwal haven’t added any single hospital in his tenure as the CM of Delhi. Leave aside hospitals, the RTI also revealed that he even haven’t added a single hospital bed. Further accusing of COVID mismanagement Mr. Dixit said, “If Central Government, DRDO and Army can built make shift hospitals then why can’t you? The crores of money which you had spent on Ads could have been used for building oxygen plants in Delhi”.