Mumbai, April 18 -- The Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday criticised Udit Raj, the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Lok Sabha MP from North-West Delhi, over alleged lack of development in his constituency.
Dismissing AAP's allegations, Raj said: "I challenge Mr Arvind Kejriwal [national convener of the AAP] to compare the report cards of his nine MLAs in North-West with my work. I will still win in terms of hard work and development."
The ruling party released a statement, which it called the "performance report" of Raj, as part of its ongoing "Pol Khol" campaign. AAP has so far criticised the performance of all seven Lok Sabha MPs in Delhi over issues ranging from education to health care to development.
"The villages which Mr Raj adopted unde...